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The Peninsula Times Jan 27, 1971

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 f  �� 5  i  ��  hit}  Xf  11  V   If  *   I-  �����  '���$  "A.  TpfaJ 0fi <wo  cj.  ^  's; prtnie-  Wept Canadian Gr.--.phia Industrieifl-td  JbQb Wegt-5tlvAvef,f  -Vancouver 9, 0,0,  Serw^qe  .���^/  qils tp: slipres^  COUNCIL of Gibsons appears (p be still  having its troubles in regard to control  of stray dogs despite the fact it recently,  agreed to a contract with a dog .catcher...  lit waij��mentioned at last regular meet^  ing that so"��far only' Iwo dogs have been,  picked up' since contrail Commenced November 15th yet council is.-leaving to pay ���  a retainers and mileage.* Administrator  Dave Johnston asked; did- council have  anyone else in view.  Alderman Ken. Crosby said lie understood  the job. was  being cabled;, ovif as  > t  *!#')  HOLD U.K. MAIL  Post-master Sid Collin warns that due  to the present mail strike in Great Britain'  no maii for that country and Northern  Ireland Will be accepted by Canadian Post  Offices until the strike ends. This is to  save a large accumulation of mail which  cannot  be distributed.  WHARF  METERS  Couneil0of Gibsons has ordered meters  for electrical outlets at the wharf at a  cost of $32 each. Total cost will be in  .excess of $1,000.  EXPANSION        j\  Closure of the lie��len Bishop's Ladies'  Wear in Sechelt has lead to expansion of  Morgaj-j-iMenVWeai-. Haberdasher Morg-  1iomsonMrTas purchased the building  and is in process of tearing down the.  dividing wall between his present store  and  Ihe  former  ladie's   wear.  arranged hut does realize only two dogs  have been picked up so-far. However, he  agreed, to investigate the situation��� and  will j'ep'orl further at next, mete ting'.  LQUP NOISE '. "  Short letter from Mr,-!;'. tiia(ien>a*j.>of  'Henry Road explained his positirff?' regarding lei'ter's published on the front page  of a local publication. Mr. Blakeman commented that he submitted a letter,to elat-  ify the fact that he had been named  previously as taking around a petition  seekiiv-- amalgamation with the Village of  ��� GLi'Stiits. lie.said., he had been presented  wi h a-��� petition by Mayor Peterson . but  was, in fact, opposed to Henry lioad  being  taken  into the  village.  Mayor Peterson explained that the  petition in question was simply a copy  of^a standard petition which, hi elicit,  giVes people Ihe opportunity nf making  known their wishes regarding expansion  . He a'dded "it would seem Ihere are a few  residents of Henry Road who do not wish  to come into the village and that is all  we require to know./"  Aid. Charles Mandelkau expressed-the  view that lie could not understand why-  some of them had made such-a big public  issue iif the incident  Aid. Crosby added "if they do' not  wish to come into Ihe village, fine, let  us just forget it". Aid. Gerry Dixon agreed  and moved Ihe letter be filed.  Request at a "previous meeting for  approval to proceed with a Condominium  project at the foot of the Bluffs was left  over for consideration. Last week,, following a special meeting, council moved  the project be approved subject to sufficient" off-road ��{&aJiiug space being provided. I  It was -pointed out lhat .past experience has shown lhat one car. per unit-  parking space is not sufficient for such a  ciinipli-x  , .   Sprvingfthe Supshihe Coast, (Howe Sound, to. Jervi* Inlet), including "Part .Me I Ion, Hopkins Landing, Grqnthams Landing, Gibsons, Roberts Creek,  Wilson Creell, Selma Park, Sechelt, Holtfnoon 6��V/ Seqret Cove, Pender Harbour, Madeira park, tdejndale, Irvine's t-Qpcjipg, Earj Cove, Egmont  LARGEST ClBCULATiQN QFJVNY PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST, ��   2ricJ Class MqH  Registration |Mo. M'4?  Unior- <gp�� tabel  Th��> Issue 10 pages        "���-  12*  1 *|j- f   ���*  ^ :���:���.%-.���  '^>N  Sechelt C of C meets  tonight Wednesday 27  SECHELT and District Chamber of Com-  ���^m^'cfe^'itTl^e^'^!^&#l^i^��^*f=JJl^=  ecutive tonight Wednesday January 27th  at II p.m. in Ihe Peninsula Drive-in Dining Lounge. All ��� members interested, in  progress of the community are urged to  attend lor it is felt a solid and efficient  Chamber should- lie able to play a large  part   in  development   of   Ihe "area  On Saturday of this week, January ���  ,30th, the Annual General Meeting will  he'held'and will be highlighted with in-,  stallation of officers Fel^wship -ctim-  rnenres' at 7 p.m. followed by dinner at  7.30  p.m.  No guest speaker had been named at  press deadline, Mr. M, S,Taylor of Con-  slurctipn Aggregates had been invited to  altend'in order-That he mighl give a run-  ...    down PD hk company's plans for a gravel Y,U4WW>��T R'W-BuMPPilFWPm, W  '     ixpmmn% tho diuMcWAHoi- agreeing    fpr BdddiPIlftl.hydrftUls wuh-m the  to appear, Mr. Taylor later phoned to'say u apd  it was. agreed that Aid. Mat  it.luict been decided to hold off until such-  lime,the 'company is possession of a few  more facts and figures,  Six units were proposed as a start  al an estimated cost of $20,000 per unit.  "completed it is hoped to have constructed  twenty  units.  SCHOOL BUDGET  Trustee Mrs. Agness Labonte appeared  jLu_ans^ei^|ueAliiuas^af-j-^^ .regauU.  ing Ihe School District budget which was  up  for  approval-. /  Mayor, Peterson expressed the" view  that m fine job has obviously been done  tu keep expenditure down. Council agreed ijiid unanimously gave approval.     ,"  Aid. Crosby- sought information regarding what he thought was a targe  number of Indian students attending the  public schools.  Mis. Labonte replied that all the  youngsters are now integrated into the  school system. She said* the grant per  capita is barely sufficient but added that  there are other grants which help out.  NEW HYDRANTS . .  Volunleer Eire^epaHweht has, a/sked  village  Mandelkau  meal vyith Fire Chief Dick Hanniger in  order to seek ie���<5binnieiidaliuns as to  priority  needs. <  Vg!��ma3. JJA_gL��� WgPNE^PAY, JANUARY 27, 1971  4   ���  ���r **.T**,, * I  i*. :'��� ,  '��� fc' ^ -  r% 'fc*-  ;*.< �� ��'  } jA* :  .1 ��'-  V *  ���/���*'*��� /   *-"��� tvV Mv*  if  Clarfiicatien  LOTTERY regu.lationsThstituted last yegj*    perjod.  Further, that  value of  the. prize  by ihe Provincial- Government were  amended in December last and now provide for licensing of lotteries and the fixing of lees by Municipal authorities.  Where application is made for lottery  licences pursuant to Section 4.12.1, the lottery licences and application forms to  .obtain such'.licences are. to be supplied by  the Municipality.     ��  Lottery licences may be issued to  qualified organizations to cover a sirigl|  lottery even or <*s lyiarry^ flfly-VW^e'v'  or prizes on each  occasion  does not ex-  ceea; $100.  As an example, a charitable^ organization could be issued one licence to cover  twelve monthly draws of 'a $100 .bond  providing its estimated total intake of  funds did not exceed $2,300. Limit of  three raffles in a twelve month period  contained in Section 2.01 does not apply  to Section 4.12.1. The matter of limiting  t-J-e nurnlaer qf lotteries that may be held  by ajV 'orgahization is left |.p, disqj-eiio"]  Congratulations  Chosen by the Canadian Cancer Society, B.C. and Yukon Division to  make the presentation, Mrs. Olive McGregor presents twelve year old Jean  Uerry wilh a plaque and~$25 cheque  ��waitleaiiW11W=*amitNmiJrfi-n-g--,-i)os:t---  er whicly won first prize in the Coast  Chijeotin district. In background and  very happy for Jean are her Art  acher Miss. Brenda Agne\v and her  Home-Room ��� t&acher Mr. Jam��s  Gray, bbMi new toSerJhelt Elementary  School' ilv.s year.  SECHELT���Lot 1472, a 160 acre block  of Crown piqperty has,, during recent  yeais, been "a periodical souice of discussion by. Village Council which /has given  consideiation to seeking ways by which  the block might be turned ovei to the;  Village for  iecre*ational*put poses ��,  The land is*, to some e'xienl, held foi  the VilUge but sp fai discussions have in-  vanably faded put and nothing decisive  done to follow im, suggestions that there  could be .way's by, which the property  "might be deeded over to the Village at  Jittle, or no cost. -  '��� Toward- the/.end of last year Mayqr,  Bill; Swain expressed the view that fur-  ither   consideration-rshould   be  giyen   the  '"idea' and Ci-uiiciI agreed that the matter  ��� certainly should he pursued.  -��� Last  week, Alderman Joe Benner revived the subject and was supported by  Aid.    Ted    Os1>orne   wdio   said   Council  ' should do alii possible to obtain the land.  .Mayor ,Swain   said   he   ljas   discussed  'the matter with Hon. Isabel Dawson who  .promised to investigate the situation with  the   Minister   of   Lands.   So   far   he   has  heard nothing.  -- Aid. Benner said Ihe Chamber-of'Commerce hopes lo host Municipal Afiau/s  .���Minister Dan Campbell this Spring and  suggested he be asked to assist or give  advise on the subject.  word���frorrr  *<-.  It   was   agreed   to   awaii  Mrs.   Dawson   before   taking   further  lion. ���     ���  ac-  1AT G|BS  Alcoholic   and     Drug     Research   and   Education. CouucjLwilj..he,Jalpgigg ili!B*L  to Gibsons on Friday, February 26. Sponsored 4*y4he Ministerial Association, rewards and United Church Women, films  will be shown in" schools during'ttVe" day  and at tho"United Church in the evening.  'Discussion period 'Will follow under  leadership of Mr. W. G. Wilsop. Time will  be  announced  later.  eplsJu II .twelve'���'rri'pnlK peviod^'p'niyiding.-^i'��i��i'j.he Jssuiijg 3Uthbrit.^,whir-jri ^ay 'set  the estiinatcd tqtai intake ,0f funds fiom  loterips pperated by the licencee does not  exceed $1,000 (excluding aggregate yaMo  of Ihe prize or prizes) in a IwC'lve moiiU*  t  \  - ." '0Mkj-.  >,*\, i i" A1 *t   ��� CI Ail' fJi\r  i   fl'll'   11     ���''��������''"    i ll ."1.1-��� Jnl.li  "     > J   ti I r"1 ' V  ' y-*4L..M  v4S  ,-'/���  ��� J\Amf;?r hi,lM  I  H!  IV  Li  i i  f i  O:  .trh'its likely 'to (aB'^n-'llie-'bos^ln^r^SlS'-fl*  ie community.  Defiliilion of "Charitable object" as it r  relates to Lottery Hegu la lions is; arty object or purpose for���Ihe relief pf poverty,  Voiing pcuples education or character  Iniilding, aiiy purpose" beneficial In the  coiiimiuiily,  Chaiitable <ir|,uiii/,iilini| rnuans any  orgaiin-alioii wliiuli .perforins .sei'Yiees. of  piiiilic giioil or welfare without  profit.  Ilnd.io, TV and newspaper bingo games  are coiisidured li-Uurius and coine under  Suction 2,(i:i.l of l|iu regu'livliuiis, Orgaiy  littlfiniis upcraliiig such i.clieines arc re-  iliuroil lo set uside thirty-five purceui -iff  flm loiiil inlulu! of hinds for their churil-  iihle pbjecl.  Oiftaiii/iiliiiiiK licenced iiiidcr Section  ���1,12,1' ol ihu rogiii'iilions who liurl their  loliij iiilJil'i: ul' IiiikIh will exceed thu n-  illiniiil |n:riiiiltcil ip the Hoclioii nuiy apply lor ii lottery licoiicu undur I'm I II of  the lii!|!uliilini),sjii|t l))js Vfjuiild ilisi|uulil'y  thu nii(unu,iill(iii  from  upl^ying  for  fur-  More development,., . .  '���-���'.. ~ $'  Council lincillY approves  PQiBOige Bqy 8ubdivi$iph  i.:.,-",..i     '������fff':^*).v-'-)    ."���������;. ���.-'."-,��� W  ..SEp^yr^fi^-icj-e^^  Porpoise pay wfis, given the grepii  light at last nieeting of Sechelt. council  following a number of submissions, in  order to comply with road access requests  by council.  First application by Mr. Charles K.  Shields was returned a year ago wilh  I'ccoinni'eiKlalions for additional access,  This was Mlowud toward |hu end of last  y-'jll' ��'jl|' .��)!�����' pnipu'iiilu. ui.liicli nUn lull  In suggested changes. Mr. Shields agreed  In the changes and resubmitted his plans  Alderuiiin Ted Osborne expressed ihu  view l|iut I'lirlhpr allnwanco should bn.  sough I for fuliiro use in Ihu event that  ���),n niljiicuiil property iniglil lie Subiiividtid.  It was   i!X|iliiini:i|   thai   council   hud   dii'-  llici   licences   under  Kcnllni)  pni'ioil of Iwulvo  iiionlh.'i,  Regional District .  4, lii  in   a  cussed the proposal ul length at fire vim is  iiici-liiigs, suggestions hud boun iiuhIi: and  rimw, Iluii'Jhey hail luuin .drnwn Inlo the  pluiis^council could hardly turn around  and df-inuiid liirlhcr ullowiiiiccs.  .A liirgiii' Hiibi'llvisiiin liirllioi   un Wur.l  I'i'irpiiiHU 'Hay iiiulur cuiiHlnicliun liy (lii  litiriii: I .ringing is going iihcnd und u re-  i|i|t:ii|, wuii iipiuoviid  by  council fur  line  i.Iioi'i!   lontic   ill   nulei    In   iHiividi:  n   tiiutill  SJjort term  jllSt, Mil  llllillll  ieiid I'Vilmu  |ihV|i!   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Unil' Urn priiiii'iiiii iwlll gu lur iinfiinliiiici: niiili'V'lli" |H'��utr��unj-,4i��t;*i|��i ] ||i|U  Urn  iiviiriigu  miiiUiil   iiii.liiliiimit  of  nlH'iul    inplilly,   hii'Hu-nnnMt, ,pnivinr<'r< ^hut Hul ��"i*,ii V|l hiiiM niid ��-osIn inrj<|i'i(bd l pihiciiiul uiul���,h|p.'n^i. i*h ���*��-! nut' 'in l|u-  will hiiv'u' hi iii il wuiNii iuulcr wiiy iii mi hi Luul ,in|ui; iHuu I'liiii'iuljiu Iih'IikIimI, ��� ii/iiTuilli'iil' iriiluiu'd liilu'^hy lliu l|i'i(|u|)iil  em ly  ilul" If Hi'i.v  me  lo  be ruiiinleleil          A   luilhui   iidiiiiiiluli uHvu   lullui   will Dli'linl In ll|u Ahlhui lly |iiiiiiii|iiil, In lliiil  nu'lMlor  Hum uurly   \ii'('A, I'd' IIiImVuhiiuc he eiieiihilell  wllhlil Ih'n iiuur iuliliu hul i|��i|niiiliirij ii.Mi'i,"J'lnt lliunuy w||| lie Imld  il'liiijr'iifriTirtjiiii i;i itriiwh'Ttrrtiii; rnft tirat��� 7n-tT it'mO'n'in'ii'TtTiir rifr-iiwnnrrnritrrr-i"-trr-iti'rr fTwiii---nr'thrj~t��nirt~Hwrnr-*hriTfi'r-  Hiiiipl��i��|iV>nlni'y JiIbIIiiihUi -y limn IIiiiUhiImiiw phIIm*! .-you-iiu'iy |-- m* *��.4 ' ,<��� M-i^wvllJ l-t* t*j|��''|*l I��>-4i-Ui��.m . wllli IiiI��mi*>I  Ho Uiul you nuiy bu iiwurn ol lliu llmu  |y llll- I1111II11 plui'iid un iiiojerlii'In Im li/iuili'uil  iiiulei ihlh iiiuiiiiiin, Ihu lulluwiiin .In 11  illliilu liulil (liu. llllillll bl |i;|'���J (:en|vV!i|.'l!riilli  lliu  f'eileilil i'lilllmillleil '  "'lllly    llliilii!    |ll'i|,|u��'|!l   Till'" Whirl!   U|l  lilliNilliiliH   llll    lomi   ii|i|iluviillA liiivn   lieelf  lui-'iitviid  hy  Ihn I'uilntul kuviiiiiiiiuiiI   I mi- ���  lulu Mm eh III,  lll'/l, will In 1 ulliublu tin*  Iiiimi lliimieiim iimler Ihn |ird|(niiii   l''ni"  llmriiiine, mii'li ii|i|il|i'iltiii||ii i'lnm|il lin'nlve  |iiii.|ih''Iii ' I'm   which oiijiliiuiii'ini-  mul  iir  I'liilnelirnil iilmih huvn lu^in coiiipliilnil ui"  ihu wull iiilviiiiied, The iliiiulliiiu lur.iu  Romembranco  liiiiiiuinhriiiicn Ik moro tluiu '  niiiiiuil purmli! mill n mI.pihV  iintnl ll Ih Urn work purl'm-muil l��y  |,(!|'ioii ijidiiillorri wliUili.'luinMl'llH llm  wliiilu I'liiiiniiiiijly uiul wlilnli wiih vmy  _ii.y.i��.t��iii..j.Mijj n.MJAv;ii^^y^r-^!'tUtrt----I--,'vf-l-li---  ('miiiiliiiii |.i!|!iiin llriiiuii MO Pro.-iiil  ,i!iii Witlly i|lrl��,Mi��iiiirt��fiiiiii��i<l I'lii'ipiuri  In ciniiiiiiiiilly |H"(t|iH'Ls, I'Viiiii lull:  Mr, Mini Klrlli rtci.'ctplcsil PM) liir Hmi-  lur t'lllpnu lluimitiiv Siuiiult lloHjill'iil  AiixIIIiiI'V IM'uHltliuil MTrf. Ii'nyn l.iiwlH  lU'cupliid a !|i!>ll i'li<ii|ltu liuni |-ri!Hlili:i|l  Wully ICrlulvKiiii mul Huiiliiill mul Dl.v  Irlid'UuliH'iUul tltrilitiuu'K, Ai'sim'lullOiL  1'itii.Mmil, Mr. Allnii'1 Lynn.nirnivwl  'u'i'Ihmiuh'I'iii"!!!'.'.!!!!. DoillllllfllW liiivn iiIhm  Imnii luiiiln In lliu Huy TteuiilH, (Hit  (juniiiH, Hniv(tii(iii  by liixiillriii In Sui'|u!lf, (lll)ii(Hiii 1,1ml  iiiiH|liirn| iiruiiH ul lliu Siiiitihliiu \ (.!iiiii<I  Ituinoiiiil iDIhIiIcI, lor ilmiui'iil HuVuni-  'Inuiil Hi'irviciiH wim fp:iii,tll)'l, Thin yunr, unil  iiuileil miiuuiil in llm |'i'iivinmiui|. Huil/tel  11. iti|ll'l,l)Vy wliiuli. Iiiuiui^ii Ihu ^1111,111)1) hi  -~��O0   |>HQ��    A-ti  Biirainniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii^  point  Ihe way  lei action!  p^VilFhotir arid launching ramp,    i *..-  Aid. -Osliorne> agrocd 1o*a suggestion  by clerk. Ted Roy per lhat he s'\{ ()i|l  from Hie meeting due to his involvement,  jl was (lien discovered tha-l the foreshore  area involved is nol within village jurisdiction, however, ci*uneil wi|S req|.i|rcd  lo register uu objootioii and moved ao,.  "curdingly.  Mr. Osborne explained lhat he is not  iiiluresled in netting into the innriiui bush  ness luit will pro vide u boat hiirbnui' nnd  rump winch will be upended under a  communal iirrminuniuiit by pjirchusers of  lots in Ihu subdivision,  Mayor   IU1I Swain drew "ullunlion' to"  Ihu   iunoiiiil   of   eNpaiisioii   taking .phice.  ulmig  ihu, YV'-'sl   1'orpiiinu  Huy roud and  siiggostud Hint It is Hiua .soiiiu'cniisideru-  Iton was given to Improving Hie road,  Aid. Onhnrue pointed out Unit ditches  mid uulver'lK uru reijuired, li'urllier, in  Hiiniu parls 11 might prove uecossury In  liiivu ,11 survey cnrrlud mil to iissurtnli! ,  conecl local Imi, liu ri!co|iiiiiu|idod the job  he iluiie 11 lilllti ul 11 Mine as funds be-  euiiii! livuilulilu llii iilivii iil'furud fruu nsu  of hit- I Ml lur a luw days If if would  hulp (Mil. ���������',������,,  Mayor' Hwuln iiiiui i��iig|'osluil coiinl(lur-  iiinii liu 'given lo I'dvIn;; (if a purllon  ul' llm oil 1 uiul men to prlvi'itu prii|iurty  lines frmiii lliu I'&A C'ofli,:u liar lu Sl��|ul-  mi| Muliirti, liu tiiud cos| winild pni]|ii|ily  Im Minimal, ,  It  wuii''iiiii'immI  Ihn pi'npiiMil lie givun  eiilli-lileilllliill when liiiilltl eluili'liimi | llllillll  Nulmii'i In pi'UMiiiii.  I'riiviiiiiH liiiili'iulliiiK uf li>ait|0!lv,fiir"ni)"  liiovuiiiuiil In <i' tuillill lill'ip of vllluge  ni!(!i|iiK' tu l'iii'|iiil,sii Hay |i:il In n mig-  nehlimi by lliu Muyiii llinl uuiiiicll uuiild  Uiul lur liwller Htm fur 11) o uuniuy,  ,,    Alii. n'iil'utiu.i iu|illuil Iluii if |l In puii-'  Nililu' lu  iliviirl   |l ,In  oilier i.'liihiiinlii  liu  , in all fur ll, Aid, iluii, Ituiiiiur niti'iiud and  mild 1111 full lliu inuiiuy would liu fur buller  lined'i by   |iii|liii|l   II   Inward   euiiiplullun  ^iilUliiuwguwi.iJLitliJiiii^llini.UivMnli^^^--.  Miiyur-Hwuln euiiiniuiilell Hint liu'Inn  , lull Ihu pi u|ei:l iihniild |iu iiuiii|i|iilud I'ldhur  Iiiiui I'lin.v mil wink im n "jilt hum   hit  lliiuu"' lint-lN,  "Hlghl   now  II   In ii   puled-  up|ii;nni'ii,  liu  adilcil,   Jl.   win-, i|u-  inr,  iliun'ii lloii|  IHllillll  Ai;iny   ami cMill-  un  rillilllirlh  Ule   nut   |llt   llllll/lll   I'lllllill'IU  li, mil liiuiiuil hy Oi'iubur I, 11171."      ' '  (liiiieiullv, iiipiliil finijui'iti iiiuliriiiilu'ii  j''iViTiMiil'*"riTiTr,,rrir,'n'l llio Clfinur* rnirii~iil'~Mprill��,N!iniM~tr^  irnii'i-ugiuiiti-iiru-uh/(ijil��'���-:'[|iM"  ili.u:   An  n. ,riiiii*i'i|iiiriini   liilllU'l',   HIU'.V  In I'lihHi'i! llinl' llm priiiii'iiiii iWlll go     lor uiiiiliiliiiin: MM-I','I" '������*' P��'��tRi'iiiili','!Hi'iipl  | It'll'  ,..,,  ��.,.,,. ,',,,u,i,t  1I1  11,,.  ih.-i\ in. Uil      iiIk.iiI      iritililiv.    Kill lltii lilni��i. "oiiiviiifi't'      ihal  Hut ro.il nl  hiiAl nnd ��-<is!n lli('lduiiii-| I   llllll  lh Today's Classified;-  fnmww****itpmmmmm'mimwm'mwttimmmwiiotiwhhwimwmmwmf ** '  DNAN   elui'llie  ueiieiiill|i/(   pllilil,   lleniuHi  uiinlriil, 1,1)1111' wull, $!1Ui|, ' ,    '"  ��� lllnr-^ C|ni.nl|o(|ii  (iiorl) ��vor, 2,1*00 h<iiiic��  110,000 iiHi.1.111,), i  ��� liiniii. 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'   i",  i    '    ���  '' ��������� , '  iuliliu lle/|luiiiilrllii,liii:l \ hen 11 ut ruglnirul  illtitiii'l liim K'|iiiliT'l'liu Hiiul Iniiluhneiit.  HpbumiTiori ,   , !   ���   ,  ������   l-md yum llm ii;iiti|i��)l)oii lo.i'ij i'ii|fi��i|  PIioiim U05-96S4'  Plinno Unci opon Sunday; claiiillf A  ilrinillitiii !��� Sunday flvflnlna,   A  v PENOER .MARB'OUR    "  l.iidM'Hi M|,i;diiihhy   Miuiip  of   l'nnili!r  w,l,Uu,iljui.u^H.Tuli-,r4��uelu.-~.wi.ll.���h'-^.huhlli��'|t..^'*���  fii euiul  I'Iiiiiciii   liiid|i.-H Tun un Kubiiiury  mill -ifTiniCiinifniiiiiiiiniirm��nrn��jiHk��r  Alllteiuilli,   |''-|l||IIJh   I'l'lllllhlllll,   All   |l|l'il!<|UI'  ludlet. hi Up? |'i!|iili-| llm bpur iiiniiiiii} will-  rnmn 'in n/tend uiti) .ini*' iriihiipiiiHitlun  . jmiy��tnlu-yfiiiiiii  nn HlUl-aS'/^  At*  "*��� !���'  v*��j* m  t >v^  .��.* ���.  ���' -'A  ��� ; ti' *> t*>  V  I.    .K  ,4"  A if-  ���-* f\*i  :v ax*  ' t*4t-  ft. "4}  A  if.  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'     ��� v    ' '*       .-..-������'������,������"r'*' '.-.���''>���''-���'.';��� '���' . ��� '    .���  Page A 2peninsula Times, Wednesday, January 27, 1971  RIAL ESTATE (Cpht,)  ���6-   ��  *  * ��� ���* * J:*-  TttfcPlSW^ayi^'jfo^Seehelj - PKjone 885-9654  ClosHifled ��u  HKJIfl* GTH Oi I  ff~r*i IP*" ��  ^nnnnrn��irimrir~*��*n^i"HTi!Vinn'itifnri��nr"''--n^  RPAL ESTATE (ConHnijgl)  EXCELLENT   coirriperc.iel "iqt    6Q  FT,   waterfront   vie\|1ipt,  -  eentt-6  Sechelt���highway    ./Wes^t   SepJi^lt; ''onlyT$a$p:  location,*'level arid ole'a're^.-A1V   Owner ��8<^-tf6.   '     ;,;>584"f4l  setv.iees   a^vailah.le,   BJlixr^Uui^"^^1    ������������-��� :,._.-_...���^       - ,  peninsula Times,  HO-Mct*  ii-  p i  l\i\  .'   !  Published Wednesdays by  . Secheif'Periirtsalq'^imes ftd.,  ;   "���"*  qf Sechelt,. B.C.  i^b'i'ished-1963  Member, Audit Bureau  -;'   of Circulations  September 30, 1970  Gross Circulation 2920 r  JPgja iCirculr-ridn 2446.  "As filed with the Audit Bureau  pf Circulation, subject to audit.  L  '*" ]!���-*���*.    ,,i  Classified Advertising Rates:  3-Line Ad-Briefs (12 words)  One   Insertion  ���- -   $1.00  Three Insertions  $2.00  Extra lines (4 words) ���_  20c .  . (This rate floes.'not apply to  "i   commercial Ad-Briefs)  Box Numbers ���1������--' 10c extra  50c Book-keeping charge is added  for Ad-Briefs not paid by.  *      publication date.     <  Legal   or Reader   advertising   35  per count line.  Subscription Rates���  By  Mail: *"**"  Local Area $6.00 yr.  Outside Local Area    $7.00 yr.  U.S.A. ^-$9.00 yr.  WORK WANTED* Tdonl.) V   ��� ���;*.*>��� -AA-'-'   vJtJ-/^.������.-,.���,.���.   '  '^EXPERIENCED dry wall acou-  stie -&*texture'd ceilings, now  In  Gibsons  area  and serving  the Peninsula. Fr.ee .Estimate?,  Past   service.  Phone  G  &   W  ~~T��frwall,, Q84-5315..      42Q8-tfn  TILli'CUM Chimney ^Service.  ' .Eaves -cleaned; and repaired,  Painting, .gardening, janitoT  service, odd jobs etc. All work  guaranteed. RJU Sechelt, Ph.  885-2191 preferably evenings.  2754-tfn  MOVING to Vancouver ayes? '  I have many new homes to  choose from $19,900 (ip!'Take,  advantage _., of our non=praf|t  trade plan. JFoj' information'  call Fred Hareslad 885-34714,  Gulf- Realty Ltd.,. 581-1166,  9403  Scott   Road,   Delta,  B.C,  yaffil  ������>'  BLOCK BROS,_'.  * Ph,one  Mr.   Good  263-4993  ��� collect  or .730-5933 ~  For fast^service, on  all  prop-.  , - .   erties and, buf-ine^ses".    ���  BLOCK BROS.  CHUCKS painting *& decorating.  Guaranteed  work,  reasonable rates.   885-2375.  5492-tfn  GENERAL   outdoor   labor   rn  Sechelt area. Own ear.  Call  BRob  Wilson.   885-2100.  5833-9  BABY sifting, experiencedi a,U*  ages. Gibsons + Sechelt area. Week, days, overnight,,  anytime. Rates negotiable.  885-2094.       '���'.", *58��44-9  4842-tfn  Overseas  Special Cititens,  Local  Area  ���  Canada _  By Carrier   $10.00  yr.  PERSONAL   $3.50  ���$4.00  60c mo.  ALCOHOLICS Anonymous ��� '  Meetings   8:30   p.m;,   Thursdays, Wilson Creek Commun���-*  ity   Haai.   Ph.   885-9327,   886-  2343.    ' ���   ��� 4979-tfn  WISH   to  contact  Latter  Day  Saints    members.   Ph.^   885-  9547 or 886-2546. 4505-tfn  REAt. ESTATE  Copyright and/or property rights  subsists in all display advertising  and other material appearing irt  this' edition of the Sechelt Peninsula Times Ltd. Permission to reproduce wholly or in part and in  any form whatsoever, 'particularly  by a photographic -ar"offser process  in a publication, must be obtained     ������= *-*��� =   in writing from the publisher. Afiy~7^ENDER Harbour���3 bedim.,  unauthorized reproduction will be " split level home^lO yrs. On  subject to, recourse in law. highway, 4 acres over 200 ft.  Sechelt Peninsula Times Ltd. waterfront. Jack Noble, 883-  ������'- ������ ���-: ������.'��� ������-^. , z - ��� - 2701. Rochester Realty, 937-   ' = f    7292. 5783-tfn  ^OMms^SVlNTS   LISTINGS WANTED  Buyers, waiting, for  coast-  properties.  Phone   collect   Bill   Hartle  or  Jim    Mcintosh,     112-985-4151,  24 hours  & - - '  Highland 'Realty Ltd.  3197  Edgemont  Blvd.  North  Vancouver,  B.C.  '  " 5829-12  CHARLES ENGLISH LTQ,  Real Estate &.Insurance  SUNNYCREST   SHOPPING  CENTRE  Gibsons* B.C.  886-2481  LA.NDGALE  HEIGHTS:  Only  * three left, level 80x130. FP  $2,350, and just $500 down.  This may be your last chance  ��� to buy���lots- fur this  5 ACRES, ���Vilia^e of" Sechelt,  ' el.e,y&.tecT vie\V"' prop'ert^,   un--  developed. ,$10,OOQ^eas'h5  Base  5819, o-'o Bo?* 3it), The Times^t  Seofreftre'B.C. 5819-tfp  TEN wooded acres near Rob- -  evts Creek for -sale, $8,000.  Ph.   733-8083   (Vancouver).  :  .      '    5812-12ft  APPRQX 21 acres p-$me. fit-  , ture residential property, eh  evated view, lane access,; close  to pew 'subdivisions, mainly  bush. Sechelt .Village. $30,000,  will sell block pr*5 acre lots.  Cash, Box 310, The Peninsula  times, Sechelt B-C    , 4489-tfn  . .���i, _*���.   H. B. GORDON  & KENNETP LJP.  P.O. BO^'hf   .  Sechelt, 3,C.  ^ Phone 885-2013  Real Estate andlnsurafice  ��� Buying or Sailing ���  If Yqu Don't Try Us First  *--< '.-,.      Try Us Last  5752-tfn  EWART McMYNN  REALTY & INSURANCE  Multiple Listing Service  Box  238,  Gibsons, ^BC.  Member  Vancouver Real  Estate Board  PHONE'' 886-2248  WAITED TO RENT  ���NATIONAL rQNPEf^N  (5'seeKingip rrvodqrn 3 bdrm  hdrrie in Ser^Hett ojvq If'qse  ' .basis:' : ���      ���.-...  lOR SALE  IflCia. I'.ORD sedan,  good v'un-  -ning conditio-*.,  $200. ,12  ft;  row   bout,   $.45.,  Ph.  -886^744..  ' -       " "'        5785-9  A. long term lease is offered.  Tetans * antl ofher, anahge- "  nVents are open t,o negotiEitlon:.  -PVe'ase write; -' jjiving * i:ui!lL1 pat-  - ticu.la.rs to Box 5786 c-o -Peninsula Times, Box 310, Sechelt, B:C.   .   ���' - ' 578(M)   .. ., .. .     .    , ir-M-r-'"^  : :���,   CARS % TRMCKS  1966 FORD heavy duty station  ^ wagon;    radio,   sn6w   tires,  ��� traileV hitch, for sale. Ph. 112-  883^481..^     r- 5760-9  1905  MUSTANG, -good  cond.T*  with stereo tape deck. $1150.  Phone $85-2087.    .- 5805-9  19b"8  VW���PELUXE,  beautiful  condition,, saciufice saleu ow-  nei- leaving country. Low mile-  %age, radio, etc.  $1,350. No "offers. 885-9654-. 5818-tfn  1964-  VVf* A)U--found-   good  shape.   Rebuilt   iriotor,   new  front  brajies.  883-2535.   w  58,48^*10"  1967 ACADIAN   Consul,   i$T  :   ' cu.' -ifrr-Four   on   the   floor,  posi-trac, two hew tires,  $1,950 or best offer. Ph. 885-  2496. 5844-10  '-ORDER your garbage inciner-  . irtor-'at $3.50 each from Sechelt Kinsmen.^ Phone 885-  2475. 5835-l.fn  ^OR Blectrolux supplies-phone.  .    885-9474.       '���'".��� 4769-tfn  IF IT'S suits ���-ty's Morgans.  *. .985-0330", .Sechelt, B.C..,.    *,'  ��� ���������;   ���   jp^tf"  WHEEb with- 6".40x16 part u.sr  ed winter tread tire. Fit  Vaux'all Victor,, $5. 1 unused  retread,tire 7-00x14, $8. Mexican earned l,eatljer quiver,  $15. 4 wooden older style kitchen chairs, $i(i. 1 Hollywood  bed "* complete $35. Bongo  drums, near new, $14," German "Trubill" size 5 speaker  "new,- $3.. Glass trolling;-rod  and Alpha reel, pear new. $10.  805-9651 . - 5811-tfn.  ELECTRIC-    guitar      (hollow  body) aiul amplifier. Imported. $91). both. 806-7382.  .''   - -~ ��� *-'5827-T)  - - -��� --��'���  ONAN      elei-tric      general ing  plant.   Remote control,   1,01H)  watt   $325.   Phone  085-971-2.  FOR SAtEv(Contin^)  FEBRUARY sales  at  Roberts  -������ Creek  Thrift .Shop. Clothes,  curtains,   linen^   etc.   50','    off  -eyeryThtn'gr'OnB  wile T5ast  cif-'  post   office. ,,  5826-9 , t   ,  _ ._   .unexpected  ���N.EW-eQM'ERS   at   The -Times .__  Bookstore,    Sechelt: 'Native  .Trees'  dl" Canada.. $5," 'Canada '  1070 ���$���!m:��� Glassi in -the Mod^-  ern. World $2.95,  Also Hbw a'  Peop'6  Die,   A  Place, for. Ev- '  erything   (CBC),   Hobby" and '  Language    .Books,-   Children's  Books,   Sunset   Series.-'Phone  885-0654. 5839-tin  FEED  For Almost" Every Need  Sample Prices ;  Crushed Oats, 50 lbs.   .    $2.30  ,111'";  iaye'r Pellets, 50 ,lbs. 2.90  Horse   Pellets,   50   lbs. 2.60  Rabliil  Pellets, 50 lbs.        .2.511-  Rabbit 'Pellets, 10 lbs, .00  Wy.ngaert  Enterprises  8tl()-9_340   ���   Gibsons  ~   5854-9  LEGAL NOTICES  West Europe's  trcjdeqrews  WESTERN   Europe -is   -marp^,:  ta.jning it's -newly won- ���p'psi*  tiQn_as_,.Uie .ceiLle'r uf wuxkl  trade and was responsible for  fast', growth during the first hah"of'this .year,  tlie UN Economic Coniniissinn  for E^ai'epe,- jigCE.), j-epnrts. ���  -*-Voli*imeot/ growth of. world  trade rose by 10-to-11. percent  ���compared to the first six  month^of I960,' ECE said. After, last year's boom, a slowdown* had been anticipate'd for  1970. according to the. UN  agency- ' '  The-ECE   also  reported   an  acceile'raiioi)'- 'M   North   Ameii- -  ca's  expiirl* growth   while  ini-  ^'irt     growth    remained    un-  cha-n-ged. .  IJCslimaled ^Veslern European  e.xppnts lo the area incre-\sed  by only 6 percent in the first  .six months of 1070, whereas  North American exports -to  V^estern Europe are up an .estimated 25 percent.  Western .Europe replaced  North America as the main  tra.de-guTwth cenler  last  year.  HEAVY    duty    hard-top    tent  ���-trailer. Sleep 6, used 4 times.  Ph.  '886-2678.   ' 5845-9  Japan seelis  r^aavy.  10,  MAUVE    pant   suit,    size  $15. Phone TJB6-2258.  , _ 5843-9  TWO single beds with Sealy  Posterpedic mattress. $30  each One rollaway bed, $15.  One . buggy (like new) $20.  886-25(16. 5838-9  price.  886-2481  SEE   Twilight   theatre   ad   in  this   paper   for   coming   attractions.  Phone 886-2827.  *       ��� 5816-8  BIRTHS  GIBSONS WESTERN DRUGS  ...   is   pleased  to   sponsor this  Birth   Announcement   space,   and  extends Best Wishes to the happy  parents.  CHIASSON���Edard and Barbara Chiassori are pleased  to announce the birth of their  son Gregory Edard, 8 lbs.,  born January 19, 1971 at St.  Mary's Hospital, Sechelt, B.C.  A brother for Cheryl.  i 5856-9'  ' I,  I  It  ni  * i  i '  ANNOUNCEMENT  1971 CENTENNIAL CALENDARS, ready for Chrit-tmas  Mailing, $1 (includes 'Prov.  Tax). Available at the Municipal Office, Gibsons.   5592-tfn  4, : ,   CARD Of THANKS  WE WISH to express our sin:  cbi-o appreciation to our  nt&ny friends, relatives and  B.C. Telephone staff, for the  klndnesH nn/l sympathy extended us during our recent  loss of ti beloved hiisbund nnd  father, Alnn our deepttsl  thunl-K for the beautiful floral  tributes, Muss <;ai'dH and'cards  of sympathy, -*..IonIm ��� Wli'toler  nn'l funilly, , BIMitt  PENDER HARBOUR: 44 acres on Oyster Bay, main  -roads . cut... thru . prop,, O.lde.i* - .2..  bdrm. house,, good orchard/,  etc. A barn too for that horse,  or ? Land slightly sloped to  water. Asking $25,000 down.  Try your offer.  WELCOME     WOODS:     Near  Sechelt.   Only   $1,500.'  down  on  this   fine  75'x200'  partially  cleared     lot.      Well     located.  "$2*500;   full "price..  ROBERTS  CREEK:   Just   few  steps to beach. Large wooded lot -qn good road. Serviced.  Only  $3,900.  GIBSONS: "Better than "6 acres in excellent location.  Comfortable 3 bdrm. home,  large kitchen and living room,  "full unfinished bsmt. Small  barn and other outbuildings.  $25,000 on  easy  terms.  ��� Beaulilul little 4 room cottage  on'view lot, till amenities and  convenient to shops, etc, A.t-  Iractive termi/.on $16,000. Be  sure to  see this one.  LISTINGS  WANTED  CLIENTS   WAITING  K.  BUTLER REALTY  LTD.  ALL   T-YPES   INSURANCE'  Gibsons, B.C,  Phone 880-2000  member'  multiple listing  HKIW1CE  51140-0  ACREAGES:' Reed Road, 2 Mi  acres $4,400, Chamberlain  Road, 5 acres $7,000. North  'Road, "5 acres $5,500. Highway  101 16 acres farm land $23,  !il)07 P'ralT Roa^r^"acf e's"rSFrn-  land $27,500, Secret Cove area,   160   acres, .creek,   $55,000.  886-2481  Notary Public  GEORGIA HEIGHTS: A large  '   "top    of    the    mountain"  'pandraih[c'''Vfelirlcn:"r~TMs^fo^  perty offers exceptional building possibilities as the site for.      USED CARS  1957 Pontiac SW . $85.00  1963 Mercury 4 "a-r:1"-$225.00,  1964 Corvair 2 dr. $4411.00  19"  PORTABLE   Admiral TV,  $40.   Good    working   -order.  8115-9740.  51152-9  1962 Chev   2dr. HT       $145.00  " Two bedrom house, close to  Gibsons, Federal Lease- land,  slopes throw from beach, nice  view. Well kept house, FP -in ���'  living room, pretty lot with'  storage shed, etc. FP $12,500,  "some  terms.  886-2481  LOTS: Abbs Road, view, 70x>  130, $4,800. Sargeant Road,  view, 65x120,; $4,400. Gibson  Heights, close- to shopping,  etc., $3,000. Hijllcrest Rpa.dj,  50x368, $2,200. Chaster "Roacf,  view and wooded, 160x260,\  $5,000. Hopkins Landing, view,  50x140. ,$2,200.  886-2481  SELMA PARK: 2,000 ft. of  gracious living. Terrific  view over Trail Bay, and handy to _breukwalor for ..your  boat; rTOlTd-'rjHwT^rn���lllrrtmr-  fl, lot. Delightful .sunken LR  with fireplace "TUT"I view windows, Open dining room und  kitchen, built-in, range nnd  fridge. Double plumbing, ullV-'  l|y room off kjU'lien. Largo  carport, unci payed driveway.  Riiiuku-k. Full price $:i5,000,  iixcollent   |ermn,  8iwi-a4ni  a beaut.ifuUhom��. It is unique  ' as   to   location   and   scope   of  view. "Full price $11,120.       v~  GIBSONS     VILLAGE:   'well   L'i I i i^f*1rSi-l        'inn       ^Oll J rfilll |OI*||        Pf*    ..nttrvtx$vvsvt-     CallLt���    tvTTi^ e11mitv ��� i imi��� --  tirement home. A compact  one BR house with large living' room.' New oil furnace.  Located on "a quiet i-fes'idehtial" *^qq  street in a central area. Excel-   lept view. Full price $14,750.  Offers and-terms. ���>��� '  GOWER POINT: Here is a  beautiful 2 bedroom home  on a large waterfront view  lot. Hot water heat, fireplace,  a lovely sandy beach and you  name it, this place has it.  Full  price $21,000.      ���".   -"  GIBSONS: Lots., of lots. We  have all types of building  lots from $2,200 for your re-  t.U-ernent. .-.rjprne. , (.p a $11,00(1  View lot o,p the top of the  bluff. Also prime commercial  properties or if you prefer,  already established businesses.  885-2842 or B85-9646  5(149-9  -FULLER BRUSH  PRODUCTS  PKonie  886-7293  5780-9  BOATS & ENGINES  ' MARINE ACCESSdK'iES  12' - SPRINGBOK    aluminum  boat with 6 hp ���Evinru.de en-  sine,....as..U.e\YJ spme..extrasr--  885-2476. 5050-9  FOUND       JL.   '.  DARK Tabby torn with white  chest and   face.   Found   Porpoise   Bay  area.   Ph.  865-9690.  5800-9  LIVESTOCK  Paint ��� Fibreglass ���- Rope -���  Canvas ��� Boat'..Hardware  -      Compressed   air  service  WALT NYGREN SALES   .  L LTD.  Phone 886-9303,   Gibsons, 'B.C.  '   5737-tfn  PROVINCE OF        ,  BRITISH COLUMBIA  CHANGE OF        .-  -NAME   ACT.  NOTICE   OF   APPLICATION  FOR 'CHANGE   OF   NArVJE  NOTICE is hereby j-iven  That an application will be  made to the Direclor of Vital  Statisiics for a change of  name, pursuant to live provisions of, the "Change of Name  Acl", by me: Oscar Jesse.C'-ir:  gilt- of UR'l in Madeira l'-irk  in. tlie.Province qf British Col-  umbia, as  follows:  To liiange my name from  Oscar Jesse Cargiie to Oscar  Jesse Cargyle. My wife's name  from Annie Dolina Cargiie to  Annie- Dolina  Cargyle.  ���,���Dit+wl���t-l+i-iH���ninth���day���t+l-  "space clyhT  membership  JAPAN'S hopes of joining  "space  club'  al, limes in the' past  January,   A.D.,   1971  OSCAR  JESSE CAHG1LE  ;   5831  Pub, Jan, 27,  he  dashed   se*ver-  are taking off again.  Earlier this year, a test of  Japan's fust solid-fueled rocket   proved   disappointing.  ���But this week Japan launched   its   biggest    rocket   ever   -  tbe    foui-.stage,    43 11    ton,    75  feel"'long   MU3D.   Though-' fly,.-,'  ing'al   (iTity   half   the   yeliu'lty-.,  reiiuired   for   earth .orbit,   fhe  rocket reached a height of al-  iiiosl' DO"t)ilies' aiid  lra'\'eled in ���  a     suborbital     trajcctiiry     for  seven  minuies!*'"     '*'���  Buoyed by Ibis acbieyenient  Japan's rocket sciertlists at  I he- University of Tokyo iiow  hope to put their fiiot t-atcl-  liro into earth-oi'bil  iu-aI yoa-iv-  earth  orln  If  they   succeed,  the  to   launch   six  ! t es.���hy���.J���9J3.  plan   is  screnlific  satel-  QUALITY Feeds at Fair Prices.  Hay, Straw tmd Buckerfields  Grains. Purina. Agent for Sunshine Coast. Free delivery.  fra(t Road, Gibsons, phone  886-7527. 5772-tfn  3 ��� YR.   OLD   Shetland   Pony  Gelding for sale. Phone 806-  7126. 5055-0  FREE  HEALTH   LIVING   DIGEST  Just   Off The   Press-  -    ' We Sell-  Many  Health  Food  Supplements  And a. Variety  of  HEALTH FOODS  .   VVyngaert  Enterprises  Gibsons  :-:  880-9340  LISTINGS, WANTED  VincePrewer 886,9359  Wally Peterson      886-28J7  PETS  Box 238, Gibsons,  BC.  5841-9  EOR   sale,   Ciniuimjni   Brown  ���miivialui-e���fonuvle���priiid-lii--_  speyed   and   innocinlaled.   2lk  yi-s' old. $45. BHB-07B7.  WHITE  SPACE  ATTENTION  ATTRACfS  USE  IT  5634-1!  Jack White  Ken  Crosby  Jay Vlasor  886-2035  BBfl-8008  885-liaOO  5114(1-0  MOBILE HOMES  (14xl2\ .FOUR bedroom .mobile  home for sale, Wnfsluir, dryer, deep ("reii/.i!, completely  furnished.. .' $10,900, No, 24..  ���Sunshine Coast Trailer Part-,  Gibsons,   ll.C,   Ph.  1(11(1-2435,  51126-11  SNOW WHITE  ���������   SAMOYED RUPS  RuglHtored purohierl from one  of llm I mi-1 lines in .Ciuiiidii.  Phono "(106-2160.    '        1)1)06-11  a  MUSIC  ��^����^^^^^^^^^^iSi^Wi��^^��8��^^l^if^����-^��*����iB��w��iWi����siw^w  LB^PM CEDAR HOMES ITD.  FOR RENT  -4   �����  ���IT  .i..-.  OBITUARY  BALDWIN- On    ,li,inunry    20.  , 1071, I time 11 Leo Bnlilwln  of Ridinn Purl-, H.f.V iihiiiI 114  yeiiro, Survived by' IiIh loving  ���wife lifiura, 2 noim llarvoy/  Duwhoii Criiiil" und Mud, Cnin-  ruMn, Aillmiin, I duughlor An-  nn, Dnvls Mny, l''lfteeii^i*nind-  ('lillilri)U; lutvuii iu'ont I'l'iind-  chlldi'oni ,uii�� lirotlion Roy ol'  Iiilti'l'iniin,    Onhirlo,    EunornI  'HOi'Vleo wim hold on fiiituriliiy,  ���iliiinuiry 23 'from Hit* Family  Chiipnl of Ihn Harvey Kuniirnl  ll|iin<i, nilmoiiN, M.O, -llnv, I).  IVl'rinJuii iifflcliihfil, liiloi'iimiil  ri<M��vlnw Ci'moUn'y,' 01142-11'  WORK WANTEO  ROBERTS. CftEEK  "    DRYWALL  i' ���'    /  Tuplii/i mul  li'illlliK \>ys hiuul  , (mil ilHichliiit, Hprxy 'IVx Spur'  It i��t CiiiihujM,  -fk.  \   )   64 LOT ���"    .1   ������   ,  MADEIRA PARK SU|3DlVlS|ON     ,  Tho b��i��t kiroo vlow loit�� In Ponilnr llorlioiir���overlooking iho  llnrbour nrifl Gulf, c|qa�� to t,iorui| nnd tichooU���IImiho lots con  be purchased will* <*i yory low down pnym��nt <)r*d poyments  *os lovvoa $35'pprniontli, '   '   ! A"  9fl' Wotarlronl ,lo| fll Pundor I-In-hour���$7000,  Vj A<"ra'4ornl-Wfl|<irlronl lotot Knrl Coyo-���1>3000|--r i ,.,  o'A Acr��s( Modolrn Pork,  1100' froologri on Hloliyvoy���I'lOOO,  HALL for reiU, WUkou Creel"  1 Commiuiity Hull, Cootitci  Mrs, Dliiiin Andorsoiii lillli-  aillir). , 54515-1 fn  H<TlTSliIK iflit'i��� INCJ '"room lor  worklni! Koiil,,Clomi, wiirin,  prlv'itu onlniriCfii, All found,  Eor rent ��� nl, Solum Piuit, Ph.  Illiri-lllilir), IWifl-tiii  riANOS ��� TuiunJ, repnlred &  rel'lnlsluid        profeHsloiiully,  l'h, ||(|5;|l(i:il), ; fi(ll)!)-lfii  CUIITAI1 LESSONS' Ik' FIDDLE LEHBONH, Foil", Conn-  try, MIiioh, Clnnshml (hillur.  1-iivnlo lumwiifl- $2,80 hour  (udvnnceil), Gnu'ip Uwnoim $1.00  hour (lioijlimliii-'lT For mnru  liifommtion phomi Illin-tlHOI,  57112-11  30 i:ot  f'ARI. COVII SUIlPIVIfilON '������ ,"    ���  .l.oroo��cliolcu kiimUwirii<irlronl���lo|ii..a��{ow���liiiiiilriud-, fijobdioifi.  Imrirli nnd fluhlno, Prlrwl (imp IJ3000 to $3700,    '   -  phono S8671 ?3  Roboris Cr<?fir;( P.C.  (Mi?,l>*ff��r  Mony olh-ir vl��w nnd Hiiml-yvrit��i(mi'il lots (r��m 1��3000 in $0000,  "' ' "i "��� ' "'" I   ' '      '   ���     "    h   '  Terriiti civollnblo on iibovu prqiinrllns,  "  '    '' Plficount for C��n>l). ��� ���.'  ,;;.     ' OLLIoLlt,'  Ma^olra PorK/U.C,   ,*.r*     ,    ,   ,  Phono Ponder Hortiowr 083-2233  ONE     bDilrrioili  nolln('ii for To  2 'jiwimooM >i  ' MtH-luill, Oil  inuMi, Mr. il'.  ||2-25l)-lllllll), ���  iiniiiriilftli-iil  . Phono Hlir)-  lill!12-11  ,. ..:..���,     1  hiiumi  In   W'imI  Hlovn 'mimI > I'ur-  I llllillll I,    piioim  lililtllMI  SAW OR RENT  2 UEDROOM liumit un widm-  fri'iiil, Sui'li'ill I'linlimnlu,  Ciinlriul, IluiilliiiJi. Wrlln L,  Luriioi), Ei'iiiuiit ur I'lioiiu llllll-  2770,       .  :, 1)7117-l>  MomWr'of'Iho Multiple Mstlna Sorvlco  LID:; -  '���    ,        ���    , , ,  wrciT',f:ciii:i.T,     , ��� , m iwp,  Ciririlouii 5! Imiljuoin wriliiilinill Iminii, |oy��i|y ilfirlir, Hind lliu|ll��i'",  A/0|| ji-rnnni, Clos.0 (o Villoqir i>n|,IV. nr.nii. onnlly *>lo|>HH| !"'���..  Approx, "6 ll, wnimlroiH, 1'in.i iim�� nll��i'��d, hill piico li.'lli.OOO,  wilh HISjOOU flown, Vnry ijo-mI, l'M|r��r filmlli, PIioim- WlV/Mo.!,  scci-iri/r-yiii.^ " '       ���     ���������; .   'H't- \M*  :i  t*r��dr"om  nlj ��� ��lor:trlr ��� hornn,  wiry .(Irnplnf-o,  |.��iio lor(|i>  ImihI-  iwn l��|iir|o, liiim. llm rinw Trull liny Cnnlin. lull  I liiililoii, phnnu IllllVftOI,  , M:ri|'i'��l l"l, I'l'il  (i-jCfi 03,9SQ. T<y l����TH, P��|.i  '  p       ���  1   Sy  r     i       t  .;   ���  1  v  #.';i  i  1 .  " *��� i  1  1,  '���h,. 1  i  /  1  A  \  BLOCK BROS, REALTY LTD.  ""C:\ YO0rSUFlSFllNn''COAST'''''SPf;C  ~"~  CQMr: INJO OUR NEWCATALOqUE-ilST NOW  ph6nh coixncT;  Mr, G, Knnwiost''���. 291-2881 or 298-Q!)/)! 'ovnnlno-i  Koiirin;. cruirK ,���-  ��� ArrfKi(|0  oviir   1,00*0  '(Oiilhnrn n-i|i��iMir��i, vlnw pof��nl|i  r,aln,  V,/ on ni rilmvn rintl   '��,,')  %l,S00 piif nrm, pmnr AlboMh  nv����i '      , 'i 'i "���''!���,,  , ASK TOR OUR WrfcATAI^GUI: OPRI'Al, I'STATR  lilohvyny  frnnlnou'!   Ynnr  ruiiinl  nimh  ' i|, IVr��|nirt.y dlvlilnd Into Iwd i/ui���  iirrnn b"low lliu  |il(|liwny,   1'ilrii  ���lionn flri'i.'rA'il dnys, iiOrt rm  JL      A     ^    A   Jt    ,  ��^^i������*��a^^^K��^i^MiMM*^*^^M^M��i^i��^^WisiWM  Mow featuring  QuaMyUmM  CEDAR HOMES!  Pre-cutpackage  ready to build  on your site.  P Over1 08 groaf doslgns-  q Pricorl low as $790 for  complete pro-cut pnckqga  a Financing availoblo  P tow  paymonls < ,  Tlio world's InrgflM niiiiiiilnnliiini of cndiit Ijomos helps nmM your  |(i|8iirn lilrlfiiwriy a fonllly. lliose ntislom rjimllly jiomn'^ nm piocni  -to oxnotlng-slnrulflrds��� frnrti-hflflfitiliil Onnfl(linip||fl(l*f!fi(lnrfinfl  pfiokiiijoii lor BlilppliiK iinywlidfo, Mainly loi quloh nnd (iittiy riumiinlily  li'y ullJMi'r'yoii or llm Miliar of your oliolco, l.ljidaj' oodni homps nm  ronownod for'lholr-riiggpd durability nnd Old World Crnflsmnniihlp,'  Pvory pined of endnr Is'ltllndrN to nilnilnnto fiiioli common lioirjii  lililldlng protilmns ns 6p|(iiliiK, wnrpliiR, mid shrinking. Ihoru U nl  Iwial ono design Hint Is poifoclly tnllorod to yoiir .hiiods, Mulling (  L.tlm.^upori'.liiilQvy Is tlm fiisl.stop, ��� '      ,| '  5on��l $1,00 today lor our Iraai-'tifiri color cotolog/prlco  list, npoc|fkollo,ini ami lloor ploni,'  IM*HH1W��*MKI*HHMWIMI^^  "A" rimims   '  mm H200  CIkiIuIk liuin .1-3,11(10  y����i rVnunit Moiim-i  In��liiii1.h,(|ll0  LIN DAL CEDAR  -(rfOiyi^-IUTPi. -  '0400  VVIIInMl  St,  nuRiiAiiy i?r ��.c.  l'nf:|'iiUi| H f 1,00 |��r inp<iiii|i|��il�� ||fnl-| (!��ili| jlinimt I'|-iiii|ii�� hll  -I  8  !  |  1  .. tk jaL l^.^^ik^ih,j^M4.jJi^ih40Aa^^^aMi,iMiuS^^ti*iA  j^iAiiiiWWtigWt^jftift^^  aii��i*>��w^^ Wt  The Peninsula Tirnes.,     ^ Page,A-9  Wednesday, January 27, Jy71  ���*"7'.'"""'.   .'!.   ���"������������������-������'���     ���    ���I,������, iiJ^-ji.,_ i, ' .   i, ,ir-l .   i���..-,- iiim,i.��� ii��� ,.  V  ii  of provincial interest  IN  1071,  tjie  ^leial  Government  made  200 million .dollars .available for moTtr  gages for Idwaird modulate income families. It was "railed the "inflri^-aU-^ housing program" and of the 2 OOin i 1 UBfi' dot-,  lars,  British Columbia r'ec&jved  approxi-  h\ately   7   million    dollars.   Just    before  Christmas,   Hubert   Anduas,   the   Federal'  M.W.P.,  announced  a   180  million  dollar  program  fur thu Province-of Quebec for ��  11)71.-.My   immediate-  reaction   was   that"  this   money;'. 1 BO   million   dollars, v would .  generate   much   Qinploymenl     and     help  Quebec   through   the, economic  problems  ��� lacing   bjL'i-,   I   also ��� realized   that   if   the  Federal Guv-eminent -was announcing such  a flow nf money  for Quebec, then -surely'  it   could   not   do   less   for   our: Province.  Taking   into  consideration   that   Quebec's  population    is   three    times   thai   of   our  Province,    I   immediately   wired    to   "Mr.  Andilfs  and  requested-75  to " 100~ntillfbh  dollars   I'm:   housing   for   1971   for   British  Columbia."  ���" The "Minis!er's reply to my request  "slates that British, Columbia will-'receive  "substantial provision'.' in the forthcoming .year. Although T "Would have' preferred Mr, Andras, to have specifically  stated the amount, of monies forthcoming  to British Columbia, I am taking the  best interpretation from bis reply, and  have thanked him for his positive and  quick reaction 'to my appeal on behalf  of our Province. We must now await the  'specific announcement which will state  the dollar figure for British Columbia,  and it islo lie hoped, in light of this  Province's rapid growth and high unemployment rate; (hat the Minister will give  us equitable  treatment   to  Quebec.  1 , 0 ���    J -4- .  ,, There are few program^ that have a  beneficial effect on a ' community ".to  niat���ch that created by an aggressive building program. The Economic .Council of  Canada in their  1970 Annual Report has  <J I,  1  :.'���' ��� ' I i   it'll      i ,'  Grace McCarthy    wUfi.:'S i1 /  L__       '.,>   ���    ,     ---;���������---;^-;;���/-���   -���--^   ,   ��� pi  fi  t  ���n^  ���fl&t Pc,'",r'   ^SPW  ���*��� i  ��>.^  pt~  i<iii'iiUii4W'*l'lll'*iiiJiMii>*>i'|iiiii>i'|l'lil'ii|1 L1"1"1''''"'''''I'l"1'in^rr  1  l��  1  ��  ���I  *.  i:  a~  jl  III  \  *- ��� \  r-  t I  1  I  I,  il  V  ��  X  *����� 1  .- ��1  f.  w  0  n.  ���*"  f^hdtoffrapher  I  �����  ���-/  I   \  \ ��  _ \  -1  <-.  C. ABIRN1THY  IffTly ilfSlm  886-7374  mrtiifilte,    JifclfWi'UTTfiiililli  ill ITI I Ifl in  This  Streets of Snow  view of Cowrie St. Is  a good  example of what Sectyelt motorists  had to cbrttend .with as "'a'record 19"  inches of snow fell on the Peninsula  in 24 hours.  <  The United Church of Canada  SERVICES  St. John's United Church - Davis Bay  ..'.Sunday. Services - 9;.3fJ a.m..,_  Roberts Creek United  Sondov Services^- 2:30 p.m  Gibsons United Church  Sunday Services - 11:15 a.m.    ��  Port Mellon United  Sunday Services - 7:30 p.m.    ,,  (2nd and 4th Sundays)  .'"��� '��-'" Ministry  Rev.  Jim Williamson - Gibsons - 886-2333  J._  noted that Canada needs at least two  and one,half million housing units by 1975.  That giVes, our country just 'four more  years to adequately house our-people. If  we were to meet that goal, many other  attendant benefits would be created. For  example, tl-rtfrtt how many refrigerators,  stoves and furniture' of all kinds would  be bought. Consider all the trades thiat-  would be required to serve these homes  ���plumbers, carpenters, landscapes, etc.  etc.  These homes would require additional  schools, hospitals and public services all  creating more jobs. The benefits are endless and the" money generated through  such a building boom filters throughout  the  whole  community.,  Along with easing our unemployment  problems, it is necessary that our Province meet the basic needs of housing,  education and medical care for the thousands of citizens whopour into British  Columbia from all over Canada and the  rest Pf the World*-"6ur~Provinee-is~gr-ow*  Ja��"*  APPLIANCE REPAIR'  TRAIL BAY ENTERPRISES  Repairs to large or small appliances  JOHN BUNYAN  Davis Bay Phone 885-9318  ART SUPPLIES  Telephone 886-2069  ROSE & ART ENTERPRISES  Pottery, Supplies, classes & firing  dealer for Duncan's Ceramic products  Pine Rd. & Grondview Ave.  P.O. Box 62, Gibsons, B.C.  BLASTING  Baptist Church Services  BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  Mermaid and Trgif^Se��j-relt-:-��  Sunday School 10:00ja.m.  Morning Worship 11:lETa.m.  CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH   Pqrk  Rd,,  Gibsons  Sunday School 9:45 qm.  . Evening Worship 7:00 p.m.  Pastor,  Robert Allaby  (886-2932)  A WARM WELCOME AWAITS  YOU.  ing three times faster than any .other in  Canada. This factor .alone, makes it imperative to plan  ahead   for the   influx  of  even  mote  people in- the decade  of the ���.  seventies. ' "*?,  ,     ' If*-;'  * "We." should remember as well,'that "M|J-  other r-Fo^'ince"c~a'n ber-ef-ikfrom a Federate  Mortgage Program as much as British  Columbia. With our Home Acquisition  Grant of $1,000, our second mortgage  program of $5,000 and our Home Owner's  yearly Grant of $160 rebate on our property taxes, British Columbians can obtain  maximum benefit for every dollar loaned  on a. building program by the Federal  administration.  Canadians have eiijoyed twentyrfive  years of a favoured economy, free of the  strife of war pr depression. ��|ui*ely jn  1071, every working family in Canada  should haye the opportunity pf *home  ownership if they so desire. Certainly in  British Columbia, we will continue lo  work to make that desire a probability.  ,.sfl  CONTROLLED BLASTING  ALL WORK INSURED  - -FREE-EST^MAT&S--���  FRED DONLEY  Pender Harbour - 883-2403  cabiwIt* MAKERS.:'.  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE &  CABINET SHOP  Hordwooft) Specialists - Fine Custom Furniture  Store and Restaurant Fixtures  Furniture Repairs  Custom Designed Kitchens and Bathrooms  in all price ranges.  R BIRKIN  Beach Ave., Roberts Creek, B.C.  Phone 886-2551  CONTRACTORS  w  WATER SURVEY SERVICES  > For Expert Blasting  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 885-2304 L. C. Emerson  R.Rv 1." Sechelt, B.C.  COAST BACKHOE & TRUCKING  LTD.  Fill, Cement-Gravel, Drain Rock, etc.  Box 89, Madeira Park  V Phone883-2274  Old Homes A Specialty  GAM BIER CONSTRUCTION  Stucco & Masonry Contractor  FRANK FRITSCH "  Phone 886-9505  Box 522 - Gibsons, B.C.  HAIRpBtESSER  BRICKLAYING  A. SIMPKINS  Box 517 - SecMt, B,C*  '   PHone' 885-2132  I I   Hi im ii        I I,  III   I ...   il.     II ,11   BUILDERS  THE ANGLICAN CHURCH  /  OP CANADA  SERVICES   *"  St. Hilda's, Soehclt. Fomily Eucharist 9:30  ci.m, (2nd ond 4lh Sunday).'Holy Euchorlit  Wary Sunday ol 8 a,'m,; 9:30 a,m; (1st ond  3iJ), Evury Thursday nl 10 a.m. Evunfconu  ciT7:30 |*,m, (2nd ond A\h Sunday),  St,  Mary's,  Garden   Bay.  Holy  Euchniisl '-  11;30 n.in. Ofel ond 3rd Sundoy).  Earner*!,  I'My   Eucharlhl���2  n,m.   Jbt   nnd  3rd Sundny).  Church  o!  llii. Presence���Rodroollt,  Evon-,  bono-   3    p in.    <rvur    2nd    Suiidny,    Holy  Eiir.nnr|s|.��~3 |i.in, uvory /(lh Sunday,  Priosl���Roy, D, Popple, Socl.cll BQ5-9793,  -yr  CENTENNIAL   DOLLARS  CaiiEidian dollar coins qoinnteniorating  the 100th annivci-siiry of nriliKh-Goliiinhia  joining   Canadiail   Confederation   arrivod  111 vYrl:citoiila- '���'froiif~l1irTl.oy^*T:nmil1unT  Mint WodnuHiliiy Juniuiry 13)h and will  noon be in oirniilation thioui'hnul Ihu  Province,  G. CROWTHER  * CARPENTER *  For All Types of Carpentry Work  call 883-2746  R.R.  1, Madeira Park, B.C.  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPFL CHURCH  (Undenomlnillonql)  Sundny School ��� 10|00 a.m.  Church Service ��� 11; 1S a.m,  Eyoninci Sorv|co 7)30 p.m.  'PASTOHREV. S.CAS5EU14  Davis Ray Road and Arbutus  (2 blocks up from rflahw")f)  Free Estimates - Fast Service  6&W DRYWALL  Drywall acoustic and textured ceilings.  Now serving Gibsons area and tho Peninsula.  Phone 884-531S  Pox 166, Porf Mellon, B.C. .  JOURNEYMAN BUILDER  ��� EXPERT FINISHING ���  Alterations - Additions -Kitchen arid  Pathroonis a Specially  MY CRAW5HAW " "  ftR 1, Sechell, B.C. - Phono 085.2190  L&H SWANSON LTD.  READY-MIX CONCRETE  Sand and Gravel - Backhoes .  Ditching - Excavations  OFFICE IN BENDER BLOCK  885-9666, Box' 172, Sechelt, B.C.   : ,-���--      ,' .  ������������   '.-'--    ������'    : T  Land Clearing. Lqnd Development  Road Building, Road Work  Ca||  OSBORNE LOGGING CO. LTD.  ���      Box 189, Sechelt, B.C.  Phone  885-9767  P K RENTALS  Madeira Park, B.C.  ANN'S COIFFURES   in th# Bei! Block- ���  Next te the Co-op Store  Gibsons 886-2322  GIBSONS GIRL BEAUTY CENTER  Hair Problems? ��� Consult Us.  Specialist in   pern~s;   styled   cuts   and   colour.  Quality Wigs-  Downtown   Gibsops, .next  to  Florist.  ^       Phone 886-2120  HEATING Sk. SHEET METAL  HALL SHEET METAL  -Dbmestic - Comnoiercipl - Industrial  Telephone 885^9606  RESTAURANTS  EARLS COVE. REST/itmANT  Open 9 a.m. to the last Ferry  Home Cooked Canadian and  European Dishes  JOE AND MARY FRASER  RETAIL STORES  Box 164, Sechelt, B.C.  Gravo[ - Fill - Top Soil - Bulldozing   fcfHjdef���BaeMiee���Trucks   Phone 883-2240  PHONE 885-9550  RON'S CONTRACTING  Clearing - Excavations - Road Building  ��� Grading - Fill - Road Gravel - Crushed Rock'  ,    Phone; Sechelt 885-9550  TILLICUM HEATING & SHEET  METAL  OIL - ELECTRIC & CAS  No down* payment  Phone 885-9494  JANITOR SERVICE  Welcome to The Floorshine Coast  HOWE SOUND  JANITOR SERVICE  Specialists jn Cleaning s; Floor Waxing  Spray Buffing - Window Cleaning  ; REASONABLE RATE��  KEN C. STRANGE  Phone 886-7131 - Gibsons, B.C.  MACHINE SHOP- ~  At Iho Sign of tha Chevron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  & MARINE SERVICE LTD.  C & S HARDWARE      ���  SECHELT, B.C.  APPLIANCES - HARDWARE  HOME FURNISHINGS  Phone 885-9713  HOWE SOUND 5-10-15c STORE  1589 Marine -Gibsons - 886-9852  Everything from Needles to  School Supplies  TASELLA SHOPPE  Ladies' *Mfn's  Yard Goods  .rf----���'-- ���  Chj ldr;en's Wear  Linens  Machine Shop ��� Arc and Acty Weldlnfl  Steel Fabrlcatinn ��� Marine Ways  Automotive and Marina Repairs  Standard Marine Station  Phono 886-7721        Ros. 886-9956, 886:9326  CARINAS  ELECnrRICIANS  A  **X  .��^Vi��A;M^^^t'-fi^i^a,.-*w->-����.^  ir)m,***yr* fcMt-ri-ii  _imT>iin-f1l*-*r" s-^sT*���  SECHELT AGENCIES DATE PAD  ��� This trim rwnlndur of cnmlnrj evoralsdi. u sorvlco ot SECHELT AGENCIES  un, Plinne l?<inlns>Mln Jirtpi./Ilror) for froo Ustlnns, spccifyino ,,"Po'o  Pnrl", PI��nMi. nolii thnt b|ior.i| Ik Hihitnil ond spmo advnn'cu dnlos rnay  hnvo in wolt thoir torn; nlso lhat thls^s a "rimln<lqr" llstlnp only nnd  ranrint nlwnys enrry lull dulnlls,  .b  i'uli :i"  ivir (i  ,   >OIM  rcii  II |i in   Snrlifill l.ii-|lnn H(ill. Wiliio,  II'pin  nihwiiii, I iiiilnn I loll   Hlngo,  It li.lll   .^111 llllll   IllillUII I loll.  HllKjO, ���  .a..n^)wlluiijili��CuiiiiuJjitiiiiiilb.���ljii.r,inl).,||iiinr.lu3fl.^O.AJ.'..Pl-^.���.-,  II |Hii   M   llild'i'ii Mull, ���ior.lnili Giin|>;ii <|ul) A^'��'t,li>(l  "  'J'IOiiiii  lliifillliTiinliii Giliwioi. Iloiipllnl AuMllory Miiuiliiii,  11 ,|iiii' Wllvm <" r iki I'' 11 r i'I i'1"^': iTl'Vi'i'VllVTu f"y,h A wm i, Siioi-li-illl fiii|i|iur-  I I.'<im-.m. llvi- nnnli., i.     ,   ��� i, ;    ,,'    .  . ,  II |i in, Rriliiiiih (jiiiiI. I.lliimy, llos|ilti)| An xl I Inly Mmillnfi.    I'  10 o in Villm/ii oiliiii (iilisoiih. Chum ol Roylhlim m rit.i.i|M.iiiuiil  i.. ....  ���/irnv ���Mr*' " ^��"oir-n ���A,riilm-inn'��   liorno,   liiint.th   1'iinths.ulrt,  Si  if  ���V  " It  I'mhiIui Hiiilif-iii MiV.|oiiniy i-inuii, '->!����� I I'lniimii   ion  > '..''���������''     ' ���"      i    ���.--.'.��� '  ASK FOR OUR FREE' CATALOGUE OF REAL ESTATE  Multiple M��tlno Sarvlc*  Vuntniiyor llool f��loN  Ponr��l  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCES;  AGENCIES-LTD*  Bon 120, Socfwlr, ft.C.  1  t  \  ���  \^*f*"��'l��nni ���ilu,iWJW,Ml,uliuMW��M'IIIIWM^ 1*       \^^ANuSm0^J^  PENINSULA STUCCO & DRY-WALL  A,H Kinds of Concretq Work  Albert Ronnborg 006-2996  |,M..,,lf, ��� '   , ,  BUILDING JViAINTENAMCE  .., ,���,���, 1 ,.., ,  JOHNSON'S  ' BUH.DING MAIMTBNAr^CE ,  SpaclalUIno .111!  l-npur llnnnlno, Inlorlor & Extarlnr doairallnoi  liuo Cluaninq. All lypos of Bulldlno.  rYlninlennrita, floor Installnllon, ,  t\ . Window C|uanlno< '   /'  PHONE 085-9/18 APtPR 4 PM,  Box 642 - Socholt, B.C.  BUDLDINCi SUPPLIES  RBADY^MIK CONCRETE AND  BUILDING SUPPLIES  Your Onn'Slop |)ii||d|nn Slnro  lor All Your Uulldlnrj Nttv<l��  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD,  1653 'Sonvlaw - f-hopQ1086^26^12  BUY DIRECT FROM MILL  '     *0 POWNTtERMS AVAII,AHl.E,  Cn�� nil hi*m. Timlirir and Plonk. -DlmonUnnol  Inmlioi   nnd   I'lyvyoml,   Wm   du|lv��r   ��n   llm  Siinslilno Cnnsi,  Chor.k Our I'rlnon Hulmu Mi-ylnn.   ,  TRANS. PACIFIC MIUS LTD,  ,,   1.149 MlKhr-H 'R��wl, Hlr.hmon��l, H,C,  fh��n��32i-23flfl ,  s    TWIN CREEK LUMPER  BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD,  Dial 006-2000  Wluin You Nood nulldlnn Su|)|i|lri��  '' <3|y<! l/s A Coil  FRKe-TST-IMATES��� ��� -  lj->��i iVit-so npqcoV'iV)  '   Kiorl) neorly 10,000 people  ,  ey��ry vyotok!        ,  .'     im TIMK5 - Phonq 805-9654  ACTON ELECTRIC LTD.  Residential - Industrial nnd Marlrio Wiring  EiociricHont- Lino Work  Phone 886-7244  ,BILL McPHEDRAN  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  Free Estlmotes  Phono 006-7477 -Gibsons, B.C.  FUEL  c  p,  .ANADIAN     rROpAN(E  Suivlnu (ha SimMiliw Cooi.1 with rollnhlo nnd  i)conoinl<n| CnoMnn, Munllno npd Hoi Wnlor.  Phono 885-2360  Whart ^inil Dolphin ���- Socholt, B.C,  RNIE WIDMAN  lor all your,  ,8SO PRODUCTS  IMPERIAL BS0 4DEALER  Phono, 083-2663  Madeira Park, B.C.  For Your Fuel Suoollot  ,PANNY,VWIil-R  your  IMPERIAL ESSO AGENT  086-9669 - Honk\m Landing  FURNACES  GIBSONS MARINE SERVICE LTD.  at ESSO MARINE  Gas - D|oso| Repairs - Waldlng.  Evlnrudo Sales - OMC Parts 8. Sorvlco  Boat Hanllno  Phono 886-7411 Gibsons, B.C,  Dial 885-9331 -Sechelt, B.C.  THE TOGGERY  Ladies' and CT>ildren's Wear  Open six days a v/eek  Phone 885-2Q63  Cowrie Street, Sechelt  SE-WIN6 iBflAffl^  Bernino & Orrie9��  Sales, Parts, Service  UNSHINE  EWING  ERVICE  FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION  REPAIRS AND SERVICE ON AU- MAKES  Mrsf Mono Havies - 885-9740  SURVEYORS  Madeira Marino Ltd..  nt '       '  ^   Paalars for:  Evlnrudu O.M.C, - K&C Thormonlass - Sunllnor  Spi Ino flak and Ploncar.  Also Plnmblno Fittings and Fixtures.     ' ���  Ponder Harbour - Phono 883:2266  NURSERY   ��� ��� ,'������ -������ I1" ��� -1  ���" ���  MACK'S NURSERY  Roberts Creek  SUNSHINE COAST I IIGIIVy^Y,  Londacanlnn - Slimlis - Fruit Tmaa - FqrtllUar  Bprry Plonis - Uoddlntj Plants - Punt Moi>ii  Fully Mcr*ns<Kl Poslicldo Sprnylnn l"r  LnndBcapInn and Ti'��<*��  Phono 886-268.4  OPTOMETRIST  FRANK E, DECKERf OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block - Gibsom  Every VYfidnesciay  ,        /      ' 886^248  PLUMBING  PARKINSON'S BATING LTD,  - '"��?"���*���p-3T--���0|)|��OHt���-*-*--^���t^!--^-���-"  : - T fSSO" Oil. TMRNAC6S ���-    _   ,  No rloWn p��*ym<*nl ��� I'onk Inlefftiil    ���  Ton y��ni�� lo pay  ��      CompU'fl lino ��< o|*pll��-nc#��  >  tot In* ��illmor��~<:��>ll 006-2720  SEASIDE PLUMBING  Glhaona '  Pluinlilnn ������ PlimflMInn - 6ioam(lii|p'(i  1 lol W-d����r linallnn - Fl|>�� l-��t|f|ld|J  F-Rl-E, ESTIMATES      '  Phona 88^7017 ot 086-2848  <JL    ..     ,   ...   ROY & WAGENAAR  B.C. Land^nSurveyors  Marine Building - Poflpoise Bay   v  Sechelt, B.C.  885-2332 or ZEnith 6430  TAJCI\ ""T-  , HARBOUR TAXI LTD,\  Harbour Motors  Shell Gas qnd Oil and Repairs'. "  24 'Hour Taxi and Wrecker Seryice.  Qarden Bay Rd,, Pender Harbour, B.C  Tels 883-2414  TIRES        "" '  li M-  COASTAL TIRES  Sunshino Coast- Hlgr-way  Box 13, Gibsoiis, B.C. - Phono 8Q6-2700   ,  SALES ANP SERVICE  All Brands Availably      ' ,     ,  Mninljiy tri'SqlMrdny 8:30 a,m, 10,5;'3Q p.m,  Fililay evuiiino IJy ,npf>olnlhim)t  TOWING "^  x   '���  ~   '  t       :   "'  i  Scows ������ Logs  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGE  LTD.;  I lunvy Eunipmoni Movlnn & Lofj Tnwlno  ^-^^^^u^^uiiiebs-a.--^.���^..^..  Phono 885-9425  TRANSFER  m  USE THIS "  .IJUSINCSS DIRECTORY  " TO, RfrACh '  ip,ooo peoi'li:  rJE TIMES, 6W5-9654  �� ��.����*A>. ���� * A^vA.'k *���>�� *-"���  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  liqiimiliold Mivlnrj, PacklnQ, Slornaq  Pncklrtn Molor)al�� Far Snlo  M��ml>or of AHIo'l Van Lino*,  Conadn'* No. 1 Movers  Phono 886 2664; R.R; 1, Gibsons,, 8.C  HANSEN'S TRANSFER LTD,  WAREHOUSES  Socholt 885-2118 -Gibsons 886-2179  DAILY SERVICE FROM VANCOUVER  SfltyiNQ Till: SKIIELT PENINSULA'  * -   -,|:nrr?|h^rcr tn-nny-^hrra-(rfCanodq,���   flonerol frs'flhti 'Uwl����<l ��n4 huftVl" howllno  .n�� ������mi  ..ii- nn ������"���'- '"'i ���"   UPHOLSTERY  -<i  ���-~**r  BfcLAIR CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY  Z ".       A.N.P"DRAI��ERreS";        "T-*  limipliolhluiliiil �� RiMyllmi - Complu'lo D��p|*��ry  Siiivlro ��� Somplus Miown In llm liomo  Phono 006-2050 after 4 p,m>  or 886-2873  \  AW i"  * ��� &>  �����'-��� *f  ���'��� i' 3."  i,i  ���m#  'tf i .-  >: *-1  -f*, *&  f   ,���*���  ���':Ss  1   i*  I, lsnf\irtn|r*ii* lf'i,ll'.rJ'r*ii*l^'*'*'*'** * w^ft"*��* ��m4M)><l.if"tf*''if'*M|i<**���****>**4i4*k&4ij**>*������������<*������  *���.' '"     ���,    '' ' ;    , '������ ���-     ' ' ���'        ; l   *       !��  i*)Ia*Qii "Wtf*!Wt^rfyj^SiiiS^ f^ins>it--ii^[<t^ I*! fw^ltH fmn ���*��� ^wsw "* i*"^>��w<tii|*>^*>>''jl|^,^^|i**'i<*^ **  *>��**,it.,0r.0m ��-syi�� rf��i<IW  "A &'* >  .*-*.  ���-1,,    ��'j-''��WV^^VJi.llVj*JW��l|'<IJ5lJjjJ   *J J  iff* V    %r ">^v-_v%��        ��     �� ^v v-v * ��  1 ��� -j  i t�� v - "��� ��� T i '  rryTTrrrryfrx  >���  ���*.��.*rr.  **��* >1 *.*���.-"������. .*,  ��...  ���> *  ��� ��.-*-ji ,* *r / * j >j. Jn  r j i    "i ���" 11* i��       *>"*��^K��n��N>Hf.   j * ~ ** ryry.   ^^^^^^^^^^^JJ7^^rT^^p^^TT-**Jvv*t*vv<^  1     *(��**��.''*-  ^�����",:  W-  /  is  I ?!  --���-.>*-,  .11/  -* ���v.*'.*1  2 'js,  ���3-  ->- I.  V  J .  ���1,  ������. i  .    1  !..x  ���!  Page A-4 - v-r  The Peninsula Times  ,.V Wef4nesdqyi January 27, 1971  Pat MdGeef  ���Comn-jept ~{-rom The Legislature  THERE'S always a little - tension in the  gir on the Qpejtj:ng day of the Legb-  lft'ture, '  ..'-'     ',' .   '   \ -  Victoria has the air ,p&. a,city .frosting  some great contest or tournament. Dis-  tinguislved personalities and political sup-  . parters .pour irmi the area ofv the Legisr  .latve' Biilldingsf      '.'.",       '      '"  l-he biistle of 'preparation surrounds  you.  A little miiii-tractor, not much larger  than a Honda bike, with a big orange  flag at the back, picked up othe last of  the branches t*mt had been carefully  pruhed,-,,The Legislative lawns were manicured even to ihe point of sweeping up  the seagull feathers'. The CPR Ferries,  �� all decked out in their bright new red  funnels, provided a .dramatic contrast  with the broad expanse of green Legislative lawn, as did the rich blueC;  tennial flags dancing over the -^ombi  grey  Legislative  Buildings  Inside, an air of anticipatory qu'}et  pervaded the halls. Librarians prepared  efficiently for the' ilis'h of Legislator's  request's which is unleashed anew each  year. _ ���   _ ,  Shortly afief I arrived in my office,  - the Hon. Dan Campbell, Minister of,Municipal Affairs, dropped by to say. hello.  "How are you<, Pat?, I just came by to  pay my last respects to tbe-iiberal Party", "Gosh, Qan," I ribbed right back,  '!you must be anticipating a tough Ses-  sion���if���-y-ett-'re dropping in on us this  early," ���  All around  the building MLA's  Were  exchanging broad smiles and warm hand  shakes as they gathered together Tor the  first  time in.several months.  To   hear   the   genial   greetings   being  exchanged   by   Social   Credit,   MRP, -uul  Liberal members, you would almost  think--they were members of a fa'milj,  gathering for a reunion. It will, of course  only be a few clays before they will be  back- to exchanging the kind of words  that quarrelsome and unruly children of  related families tend to say to each othei  One of I he very fine t li ings about "pdl 11  ics is that these words carry no lasting  ..sling.   tJfRtePnE'uTT!   fr  X""  .*, *  Install executive .  Branch 89 Senior Citizens  holcl first meeting oi year  FIRST meeting in the new year ,Qf the  Senior   Citizens   AssQciatiar--   Jd'aitpfr  . 69,. toqik place n Thursday, -Jan. 21, in,;ihe  Sepfrelt Legion HaW, Qver 1QQ itiernbers  and-giJiistslyet-e present. Eigfrt .ney^ m��w-  bers -joined,  Mr-  JMEcGregori  vice-  Centennial Happiness  photographs.  Following;   last week's  piesentation of two volumes to Davis  Hay School   it didn't take little Lisa  piotusely  lUusUated  wtih "fiill coloi     Kngl ah Jackie Dan and Shawn Casey  The leading may be a little hard for  gi-arj.es 2 and ;*, 15ut British(,oJin'nlMa's  official Centennial 71 prtlilicalion is  long to delve into the pictorial review  of Biitish Columbia's history from  1871 to 11)71  m-tr  "13   feeling   oT"  erases   party  'warmth   and   respect   that  lines.  It  is  much  the kind of thing  that  . A hockey players on one team  might have  for those on a ������competing team,  The ritual pomp and ceremony com''-"  menced just before three p.m. as the Lt.  Gov:, bedecked in-the brilliant plumage  - of his"11 office, entered the chamber with  his honor guard of' military aides. Jammed on the floor. of the chamber were  the MLA's w'h their -guests literally  hanging over their shoulders.  The ladies' hats were a bit. more subdued this year, I thought, although some,  ���like Mrs. Leslie Peterson, came with the  latest fioral style. The restraint of the  ladies' hats was more than, made up by*  the flamboyance of the men's shirts and  ties. Bank presidents, timber executives,  mayors, and other establishment figures  blossoming forth in a riot' of�� color that  would have embarrassed the' hippies of  u few years ago. Among the five members on the government side competing  . for sarlorial^honors like-a covey of ti'un-  .*of-lhe century ���cock'-phettsunl.s"; Herb Cup-  puzi's .gay nineties costufe. was lliu most  noticeable, ' ".  Oulsiilt;,   IIrti  SfC'nc- could -not���ha-ve���-  been  more  (lifii;iiiiVt:'Btis|oad  utter   busload of "drab and disappointed men cunu:  to   liu;  binidings  to demonstrate  for jobs ���  '"   and- justice-:. They  exported  to  be  lieurd  by    government    members.    When    ihey  weren't', u lew of the Ichs responsible und  inure    headstrong   umoiig    tlieni    bullied  their   way   into   thu  public  gmlleries   und  iitiiinipeil  In disrupt,  the proceodingh.  Ll.  Ciov, John  Nirholsnii,  himself u  veteran  of long years of Hie political process, mid  u former Federal labor minister who lius  seen   lots of  dcmoiiMtriitiuiiN,  wus  not   lo  be  dislriicled    lie continued   to  uiul   bis  speech   over Hie' din   When  he ' Inftt,   lie  was    exlended    the    uxlninidliiury < und  s|)uiibiiieoii(i   tribute  of  a   round 'of  up-  |)lllllhll - i  One lady, her eye's n�� wiile us mhic-  cim over llm ilihlurbuiu'ii, lemmd ovim lo  tier lielglllioi' ' mid Mild, "Menmy, inn'l  II?"  I'lirliiips she  wits luriklimul  Hie hires  nl Miiiiie ol Hie MLA's on tlie I'ny'.iriinn'nl ���  hide   which jnlrroi'eil   llinii'. miili/^-Uoii   nl  whul coii'il liiivn liii|ipni|i,'il bud  llic iiiiui  onstridlon   -"otlen   inoro   out   ol   IiimmI,  The Thmint- Hpeecli llsiilf ifcenieil ili,��  ���I'miNlvr-   lo   lint,   11   liiii-dly   even, ucknow  Indeed llm ux|-it-iii<*D of llm dreii'lful  un  ��)in|)l'0,Vi\'";nl   |iiiib|eiii,   Morn   tiiiui   un   nn-  "|��l'i*l��i��� t'**(>l<ifMin niW-'ilod io cure ii I'nujor dc-  ,     oiioinle, llliieim which produces /nore limn  70,1)0(1 iiiminiiluyi'd, In u  |irr)v|iice  wlili u  ���''  work I'lirco-rif hint oviTr llt)i|,0l)0, '  When I  left  the Imlldln/-,  ||m dniuoii  iilruloiii were I'bim.   Willi  iliein  Weill  i-ii<i  nRlrai���'Mvn'fl*ronri:^,,A'iMorntu-vnl/r;Y-~'f{roiip "���  U',00    un��;inpl'iyeiLr"Hl00    wi    YVnlfurn'  Wjiere Is llm (Inuil  bilo?" T|m problitnr,  of collide, | in-ip'|. foldi.'il lis leni und ju'ini  uwuy,   , ,  The llni ll.'id olilllni'iilnd, l||ii,ren| n"|i>n-'  ��u|(ii nf,llinl iil/ui I'roin llm nihi'ln ol Hioite  'pmiiuil. Thnl ' w,/ih I lie ll'li//,id,y ol the  I'lol, The leiillniiiilii Hileviiiico of nlmiv  Imd   been  iiulltiui   b4   u   lew.  pres., was in: the "chair, due Mo \m w-  avpidtable absence of the pres.idf*-r��i, Mrs,  Madge Hansen. Reports of the past year's  work,was read, reminding of "the achiave-  ^.nventS attained, and encom*agl*-(g, aswipf  ions for the future. " Jl '  Canon Greene presided at the jlns-tsUr  ation of the new executive; new pffipers  are: pres., Mrs. Madge Hanseni '1st v^pe-  pres,, Mr. Wm." McGregor; 2nd vice-pres.,  Mr. 0ave HayWard; treas., Mvs. Alice  l3atchelov"; /Sec.,. Miss Adele de. La,nge;  directors, Mrs.'Maxine McN'eil, Mrs. Esther Wagner', Mrs. Nellie Wlvgites. Oon.---  gratulations to them. A vote of thanks  to. the retiring officers was moved by  Mrs. Trudy Edmunds, heartily endorsed  by. the members.  The Bttth birthday of Mrs. Ann Sar-  geant, Mrs. Margaret Gibson and Mr. Ed  Hamilton was acknowledged with a small  gift to each and best wishes for many  more happy years to come. The monthly  raffle was won by Mrs. Maxine McNeil.'  The program for the afternoor. was of  a Scottish theme, in honor of Bobby  ' Burns Day. JMrs. Thelma Prettie ^iahg  Comin' Thro' the Rye, A Gordon For Me,  and Brigadoon, accompanied by Mrs. Hazel Evans. _A/ group of Scottish- Dancers  entertained "with a number "of Scottish  dances, which were so much enjoyed arid  appreciated. The dances were Mesdames  Ellen Marshall, Mollie Kennett, Marie  Swallow, G'adys Sleuce, Margaret Jng-  les, Velma Forester, Haze?l Wright, Iva  Peterson, Evelyn Hogue/^Mifdl^d Forbes,  Flo   llohert-son,   Elsie   Willis,   Kay  Wells,  f  Betty Plockhart? Pan* Spence, Betty Gregory and Marjpvie Liuiejplnv Community  Singing- of more Scotish, s^ongs, led by  Mrs. Theilma Prettie, wiih>MrsVRubj*-Hat-'  qher at the piano, were sung with gusto,  Evidently "there are pl-M*rtjuLof Scots a-r  round. '..-'*",  The meeting ended with ''The Queen"*  followed by refreshments and a social  hour, Members are reminded tp fenew  their, membership ��� tickets obtainable  S^rom Mrs. Batchelor Also bring along* a  |w/membej- with you next time. At the,  nexTTn*&e<in:g, Fe"bi 18, Iheie will be a  sugges+tfortv-box. W'ite out- your suggestions Wi nKng. them along. What would  you lilce=��>t%ew and different bus trips, or  a Choral group^ or Pot-luck llupches, or  picnics, or what? Your ideas and help are  -absolutely  essential.  Vancouver Aquarium collectors report  that rockfisbes in B.C. waters are found  around tide-washed kelp beds, reefs, and  rock faces, ranging in. depth from five  to 8Q0 fathoms.   " .  fOiL��AMS  SA��Q[M��S an  Rushe:  Consult qu��  Secretary Manager  Unexpected  Davis Bay school children were Ihn  etl last Friday to receive medallions  and   pins   to  cojiiincinorale   lU'il's  J'oljUlnbia's entry into, ('(inl.oduration  u   11171, Ihtsy   aThTuTiTig   Hie   iinex-  lected (.'ills provided by Wilson i'n>^<,  ('onimunily   Associalion, Cenleiinial  Ciiiiniilllce  are    Dianne    Siiinikih.s,  loyco  Dick, Jackie    Dan    and  Nol  (Irani   Ceivlenniiil Comin'illeu ('liair-  inan (ilciuie ritdlips icporls lhal tin  childien  recelvcil    ,IH7I-I'.)7I   inoi  lions and (!entennial cinblcjii pins  South Pacific at  Gibsons theatre  'III1', ONI1',       only       und oMiunul  f<ini)'.  en;   und   lliiliuiiei-hti'lli's   Hniilli   1'iu'ilir  In   Hie   nun,Hul   fiiuliirn     ul    Hie   'IV lli/(lil  Tlmulre   lbi��   wenki'iid   ''"  <'im   o|    llm   uionl i ii|iec|m uiul    Uiolloli  plcluri's nviir  niudit, fiuulb  Piicilic  \a  re  "Im'Tilii'iCby po|)ii|iu"dniiHiin  I llii lit Hie iiiuvii' llinl  iiitioiliici'il ,-uii'ii  hoilf/.'i   un  "I'm   in   love   wilh   u   v/iiihIii lul  l(uy","Thuiif in liulliiiii'Clil'n'ji diuim," ,nnl  "Yoiiui'ei   limn  H|irlli|i.lliim"    A  bemililil  priHiliiciion ��� lur  Ihe   whole   liunily   to Hwm  und  enjoy  Koiirliii' in'iicvl, in "Nuhiid  lludei  hm", u  him mid hjkui<,  love uiul ll iui'ifiji.ii  llli'K   wilh   Aluln   Melon     unil   Minimum  lullliliil, TliI,-i dIiow Inn. u il'ii-|/i i  iiH'mmii',11  limn llm iihiiuI iimliii  i yi |n mn| love rimy  A  iiiovoeullve, dlhliii Linn  flliiii,  iciililclcil  ���by Frank O'Brien  HEARD  a   prediction   recently   that   the  future 'development of the Peninsula _  includes a- forecast of 100,000 people by  19H0 Unbelievable? Don't count on it.  Wilh th^amazing growth of urban popula'  tion^Tn Hie last few years, Sechelt Area  looks pretty inviting to Ibe harried business���men of Vancouver and the U.S. of  A. 100,000 in 10 years? It may be conservative.  Peninsula residents realize, of course,  that with progress comes, change, and  sacrifices. Polluted waiter, crowded  beaches and heavy traffic are but a few  of the ways that an exodus ��� from the  cities would affect this area. One wonders  where, if ever, it wilj,. end. Cohdominous  as far north as Prince Rupert? Hot dog  stands and drive-ins on the Trail Islands?  A pretty bleak picture of what the future  may hold.  Speaking of bleak futures I have Just  finished re-reading 1084, George 6rwell's  nightmare of what pur world may be bp-  coming. Look closely around and you her  gin to see certain similarities in Orwell's  predictions and our own 1071. ,  We do not have telescreen but we do  have television, u lube of pathetic waste.  TV daily presents a distorted, naive and  grossly falsified view of bur world. TV,  where poverty is humor, sex is toothpus.tu,  _l'loj"y__iJ*..lulling -and.4u.iUceJs_u_guiv4ight~~  "*1TV* tin a I n-nslv mindless extension- of big  business, governments, Nelson ratings unci  Uullup polls. \  "Doublethink"-, the"C)rwellian idea -ofr  h(��lding two conlriidietory ideus hi your  mind ni.iho sumr; lime und believing them  both   in ...also   popular   today.' "Everyone  /iserves Iho freedom of speech und u full-  i-^iy-iuid "The Nttfionul Guard did right  o kill^hjL^irdenli-.-H Kent Hlule" are  mid locketl iu|-eihi>r in the mindn.ol1 many  leople. Anollier example: "We must fight  or   peiuu'",   a   uoiiiploltily   unnlradlclory  Kluleiiiunt thnl |um boon spouted by pol-  liciiins,  inHUury  peisonnel   and  citl/eiiH,  iillke fin, every, war we have ever fought,,  Itlli'l HI yl?iiin und enuiillng down. Only  we will be aide  In e|)iinn��  H.'lhll   one'  woiidei'ic, wilh Hie rapid eufegorl-'.iii'g nnd  iiumbei'liig of  people,  thnl   pmhap'l, hi  U  inoro nubile way, |l Is ulroudy huru,  Did you got ,11 i:liuii';e lo cutoh Ihe  :"lf|i'liii',y of ihn Heal Urn" llilii wi'iukerulV A  niniarluible doouni'ijiilnry' oh tliosu four  iiiiui   who  liuvo  lidded   rnore�� In  current  di.'iw-i audi life hlyleti limn any |ml|lli:liin  in elm, Imll, !10 yiiiii'H, With llm IhiuUini  tiliii'teij   u   illffnrniil   mil   loiitJ   i;n   life,'n  enlhii' ol';hid|vlihiu|lty In every iiHpect nl'  llvhLi<, Thiiy weru'nUI Ihe buby-IHcud, wel-  liuli'inl Ii6riien of (liiliiiiibiu or M,C!,A, They  were a very relil grnuirnf liiimnnn pro-  iieiiiln/( iilium und 'life nlyleii thai   vurlui  inin  llm  norm  ,,, and  UMy linpani,  I'eel,   linn   unver   linen   truly   uiMhiifilond,  rodit-  Madeira Park -883-2236  IM��IMW������M��W��WWW>��llMt��ltWAW��imyilWllMMMWWWI��MMWMl��l��  SALI  7.75x15                          *  WINTER TREAD      ooch  Sgc^S  7.75x14  POWER CUSHION    each  25.95  7.75x14 NYLON  ALL WEATHER        each  22.95  7.35x15 WI^IRm,  TREAD  RECAP         each  13.95  ABOVE  PRICES  INCLUDE  MOUNTING  - ��� ���                                                  rAff-  -���' "������ ���"'Vu'  ���' ' ���    '������ ������������-- '^  BATTERIES  Alia* Quality  trorn  Full LubricaHon and Tune-up Scrvico  SECHELT HOME SERVICE  Phone 885-2812  WwvwwwwwMfnir  Sechelt Notes  vm  IL.  ^^�����^i^^^i  Sechelt Legion Prancli 140  1  r\n  ~0)  j v.  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I'.     hOllIti ou��; ol  Iwo VOllllllDM ol  "II  Hop  I    ���*   , ��� : '���..  �����  ��������<����������������������� wmtmm  TO'EASE  DON'T LEAVE  LAWN PJ30Wi?RS  AND CHAIN SAWS  TO THE LAST MINUTE  TO BE FIXED I  AXES  2Va lh.  5 lb,  RICONDIJIONED CHA^N SAWS  ,   PIKE POLE HOOkS  DOGS & PEAVY  Sechelt  Chain Saw Gent {re  '.-'     : ritd.,  '  Secliell p|iono 805-9626  >........ ...������,������ ���, imiMIMlW  VILLAGE OF OIDSONS  M���  lieliliy iii.MIh'  tliiiii|HOH ii^ioul  ���lu'Ji ,w,|l)i ubiui  ul VVHi'Mn ��'n'i-k 01  IV'''|ll'M    V/Mll'l    live  lu'i'iy.    r  Itnbcrtu I'n-eli   (liie/,H  Hiiil   one   il'iwn   in   11  CUP IHIS COUPON!  \  PRESENT THIS COUPON  ANP  SAVE ON  YOUR  NEHT VISIT!  I'lionu fi-i j'ui Inw inii'.ii'i un 'ni|ii|'il<H<; linoiily Snloii Vlrvlro  WASH and WEAIl WIGS from 0,05  WI GLUTS from 0,05  Cotilihehtal Coiffures & Mickey's Boutique  ,.,.���. MICK.CL' m-Al ll II, .ii.AH I I / /A, .01 id I I /A  ScRhcIt Trail Pay Centro - PHONE 003-2339  FALLS from "17,00  ���fcrfS^/k^itf* hAAAA' AAA> *t. -V.^y��* /*/* �������������,  f., ��.  *   r /> 0. it  fi *��� i  ��� m f, mi t* ��**>��<  **  6% INTEREST CREDIT  :....,.'...   ON CURRENT TAX PAYMENTS  ''       ' , I  made between January 1st and May 15th, 1971  , JnlflroM, of Ihe rofo of 6% per nnnm, will N crodftarl In nny  prepayment depo��|�� op tumnt (1971) !<��-���<*��� morlo liehreen January  Isf to M��y 1 Sill, 1971, IntoroRt will P)o cr-lciilotml from i|,n ijoro ���f  Pay^^U0,i,f}o3^^ In on^omoMr-t up lo ��lio lotol  of Iho 1970toxci will li�� occoptcd. ,  ��� i ��� '  Any forthflr Informotlon r^-ulrcl ,���ay |*u oMoiniirl  frnoi tU  MtmUlpqJ OlfJM, Mrtpliono A06JIS43,  \*  December 23,  197p ��  David Johnston  .''   '".     '      '"'"."'.���,'   '      Mui'iif-ipnl Clort  "i  f  i  ��*^*^AAAA*AAA^f*)iAf>lsi��AAAAA��AAA4J>fcM^^ lA^^ifc.^-wfcjW f*. rf* Ai�� As* m.**.***** t* A' A tftj�� t* *^   * A. * +-�� j�� *h *.��. .At, $^ Skft^ft*- ti*.*-.  ��� *tm4��.|la #,  A,*^* J. A *^fc�� Cancer Society  ���^'Ji.U^^..^l'Ctf'.',H,U:l,lSlit::..  ciGG#iate<lv-n#M bl^^seciffeh.  U was hearts, flowers and happiness  for the .Tobies installation last Sa'lur-  day where heart-shaped -favours carried the golden key to happiness. Officers installed, from, left, seated:  Chaplain Eleanor .Swan;.Guide, Cher-  Jobies  yl McEwan; Inner Guard, Oa'ndy Harrison; 2nd Messenger, iiarhai-ii flqh-i  erts; 1st Messenger Gail ftoberis; 5tii  Messenger Shel|ey Itensqn. Staj-icfing:  Marshal, Beverly Roberts; ftecprd-  -ei',   Martha   ..Braksta^;   T!'e'a3ure#  *-���  ; ,Ir, Custodian, Sit-  Outer .-Guard,' Karen  MesserLgan (proxy)  Heather Hay ward Bethel No. 34; 3rd.  fress^|iger, Valerie Roberts', j3i\ G-vis-  tpdiai], iBeity Tppjiarri.    -      -  Linda Campbe  zanne. Thomas;  Vaughan;    4th  --7  \  , ' ��--       }  I    J* )      �� 'it  ���4    &\..  '.it' * '*  ^mLA'- a  1     ' i '..  "X  {.  i."s  i  i-   /  It  Jl)  M' \ 4/Hf;1  V A S T Friday at Sechelt Elementary.;  ; .'School, J pap Berry, a Gra^e 7 student  was presented v/ijtj-i a cheque'foi\$2f> and  rt, commemorative plaque for a poster  widely she had submitted .in the 1970  'ostor* 'Ci-iitcst- .sponsored by the Car  nadian CaneW Society (B.C. and Yukon  Division!, dean's-poster \vas? awarded .1st .  prize in the Coast Chilcotin district^  Mrs. Wm. 'McGrcgpr who made the  presentation on behalf of- ihe Canadian  Cancer Society, tluuikecball (he children  ,wlio had subihilteH posters lor the-.contest and' said the judges were impressed  with the original approach of so many of  ihe entries. The -prize-winning poster 'wj,'j������  be oiwdhsplay in Sechelt shortly anr) will  also be exhiluteri at the* annual general  meeting of the Canadian Gnneer Society .  in, -Van-:ouvc!i_.hi 'AprjM.  About the'time'Mrs. McGregor was  presenting tlie cheque to Jean Berry,  in.inv miles away in Washington, B.C.,  I-iesident Nixon in a State of the Union  Message was announcing a new $100 million cnmniilm.cut to find a cure for cancer.  The   time   has   come",, he   said,   "when.  the same kind of concentrated effort thai  s,plil   the   atoni   and   took   man   to   ihe  moon should be turned toward, conquering  this  dread disease".  Already, all over the world, scientists  are engaged in cancer research,, not competing with one another bul all conlribul-  ,.inglaa common pool of biological knowledge from which may c'mrge the eventual  answer  lo this   vital   problem.   An  exlra  $100 million will supply Ja powerful boost  In cancer research Which may give us: all  renewed hype fur the future.  ......'   In   llic .meantime,  the  Cancer Society  issues a reminder that some forms of  capi-cr are preventable and some are .  amenable tu treatment than others. .Since  early diagnoses nnd'early-treatment offer  Ihe greatesl hope of control, they stress  the importance of regular medical examinations. Among their most important recommendations  are  these:  Don't smoke cigarettes; avoid excessive cxposuii: to sunlight and beware of  quack trea'liiieuls There are imj short cuts  lo Ihe cure of cancer. When there is a  ' major, break through iii cancer research":  gaily  and  Happiness , ���,,  jKey to- rfappinre&s" wajr"lfip> tfteme  7or the .Job's Daughters .insjallatioi*  -held on Saturday evening when (reading Irom left-) elected officers installed were: Donna Mandellcau, -Junior  Princess'; Retired Honored Queen  on installing officer, Dariene Law-  son; i Honored Queen for tlie ensuing  six -iioulhs lillaine Mackenzie; Senior  At Roberts Creek  Elaine Mackenzie installed  onoured Queen Bethel 28   tViw-essT-Lynn-HredyT-  ���  i  X*���0000000000000000000000*0000000000.0 000 000J.  /-*.  TOTEM CLUB  FRIDAYS, 8;00 p.m.J  INDIAN HALL s  Jackpot $300  $75 TO GO  # DOOR PRIZE fc,  10 000000000000000^0*00 0%0000000* 00 0 000 0,00  POSSIBLY ��� n.o 'ceremony, other I ban a  Jollies Installation could he conducted iwjce a yeai: and si ill .retain the enduring charm which was.to c-yidunl last  SiiTTiT-fhiy "wlien iCIaino' Miii'keii/ii; was  inslalled Honored Queen of Bethel Nn.  !ill, in llu^Masonii.' ('li.'ipi.'l, llulii'il),  Creek. , ^,  Heliiiiig lloiinred (.'iicen Dnrlene  Liiwson, r'oiidiu-leil tlie iiisli'illiilion, iisms-  ,UmI,..|iy '(|iiidiX*lM-iiiifr^lVlaril,yii Ho|ikiliK,  PIIQ No Uli, Miii-kIiiiII,'Miss Piini Boyun,  PII.C). No 211; Hei'order, Miss Cnnil" My-  li'Diii,-, VMX). No, ^f;'Hlliaplliin, Miss  (I'lonys lYlueleiid, VMM No. 21); Nnrrnlor,  MrsCiirol' (lliviir, I'.IIQ. No'-i; Miislcliin,  Mrs W. nurknr,"'P H.<i, No 211; Sr, Cusl-  odlnu,   MInK l'li,yi||lK   lliiiilui,  p,|l(,)   No,  -2l)i,.,liy Cimlodliui,  Mm,, SniiilriivMoi'iiiiiiii,.  In keeping wilh lint llie-uie ''d'he Key  To lbip|i|ni!H/i" Hid .lollies naell ,,l:,iiTiinl'l a  piirpli,' heiirl favor, licariijH i\ goldi'ii  key, a sprig of Lily of I lie Valley und  purple  wilh while i ilihoiif,  hli.'ili.'d   ofl'icerii   nn,': .lloiioiiiil   Qi|iien  Kliiino    Miiekiiu^ii,   MV.    PriiieifMi,   l.yni  .luiiior PrlnitcHs,  I "'''"'y  Ihiiiiln   MuihIi.'I     and Ti'fiiitUii'i.'  ka.u;   Cuide,   Cheryl   Mclilwan;   Marshall,  Beverly  Holier-It-.  . Appuinled officers are; Hecoi-i|er  Marll*a BrakKtud; treasurer. Linda Cnrni'-,  Iri'fITi rTTiii|)liiin. ii'leaiHir Swan; messen-  /l<:is, (iinl Huberts, Uarbiini| Huberts, Val  erie Hi/hurts, Slielloy Jackson,, Slie||i*i  Benson; Jr. Ciislodian, Suziinne 'rininias;  Sr. Custodian, Betty "��� Triplnim; Outer  (.iiiiird, Karen Viiiii'lian; Inner Cuiird,  Cnndy lliirrisqi), ;  CLiosen by neerel' ballot, Candy liar  son was declared l|io���Jnbio who has dune  DIukI  1'iir Hid  Hel||i;| (|urilil,(  Ihe  |)uhI  six  iijonllis.   I'reviiiiiii   holder   Cinil   'Holiorl'rt  presi.'iili.'il Candy with her Merit   Pip,  liiglilighliiut Ihe very ;|ovely cDieuiony  , were. lliu various pi'esepliillons niaile In  Ihe ini'oinlli/t in I'll oiilgolng llonoriid  Qiinei'is; iiilroduHioii of iiurenls and' re  nilvcij uiul Mrs. (Inice (Jumininn's poem  which had lii-iiii wrilleii hspiieliilly, lor  llmi   liililallnlloii '  Belhel (liiiiiillnii is Mr;  sous, /Wwi Mile (liiiii'dliiii, Mi   I'Vaiik Bin  ley,   (iiiai'illan   Hecniliny,   Mm    H    Law  sun,  iMieelor  of  Music,  Mrs,  J.   Hoberls  ' Miu  alf the world will know il.  Mvs. MeCircgoi knows from personal  experience Ihu fear and distressbecasioned  by the doctor's dreaded verdict of "cancer". Following an' operation she knew  still -more iiniiappiness and uncertainty  4when she was told she..must go to the.  Cancer Clinic for Cobalt treatments. Now  relumed home she has courageously pu.l  her own troubles aside in her desire to  help and encourage others wilh similar  problems, -uid with this in mind she.recounted the following experiences to a  -Times Correspondent.,'.  She travelled one Sunday by bus to  Vancouver and on Ihe ferry she r<in  into 'Neil und IVJujilyn Campbell who  drove her to jier destination -the Hospital Unjt at (580 W. lO'tj* Avenue which  adjpjrjB ijie Cancer fili-pe.' She fell! low in  splrit^iic^ye-iy-.ni|ip.|v.,.(ijpncVp^'g)i^,-|-!nlprc-]  Ihe Hos/pila) (Jnj|., |)Lit the warrpt)i p|' her  welcnirje by" both nurses.and patients  sopn rnada hpr fee) like a nicoiher of a  large family, thpre were yoi-pg apd old  iiiooiif- tlie patiepts and they came from  all over B.C. and, the Yukon. Mrs. -Mp-  pregor's ioiiiti was on the minimum e'lrc,  floor, where^patients eopirl mpke their  own beds and help those; less forliinale,  Hei rooiiimale was a delightful .lady, Mrii,.  Heilly froip Slocan who, on heiiripg I ha I  she i.'iiini! I'riiin Sechell irnniediafely asked  "Do yoi| know Aipy ^ryaulV" 'I'ha.l W��.m  Ihe slnrl of ii whole-series of happy enn-.  lucks fur it s'eemi- lhal many-of the nurses,  palieuls and pi embers pf l|ie W. A. haye  I'liiinds in and around Sechell  Oii'llie |||ird floor ill' the unil a lieaidi-  ful soliu iiiiii |(if)ks mil. over Vancouver and  before -Mrs, MpCiregpr left 'if was  decorated for Christmas: The iCtfy.  the Cancer Society W-A- have aeeom-  piished a ���most: worthwhile project -in  furnishing the buildiri|! for tire epmfoit  and: happiness of. tlie- patiepts. .The food  is excellent 'and patients^are given, a  menu each day to fill'out for the^following' day. Those well enough to 'walk  havp they- meals in a cheerful dining  roqrn presided ovpi 'by two wonderful  cpoks wlio spend their off-duty time making beautifully decorated cakes for any  pvitipnt with a birthday or wadding any-,  niversary.  Mrs.  McGregor  had a  wedding anniversary  while  resident" at  the  unit  and  during the'cVeningr^ith al] the P*lli^!"*?-  ^gathered togelher' lo partake pf theI huge  cake*,  she was  presented  wit-ji  a  chaifge"  purse and key ring.  On each flour, of .the Unit thpre is a  small kitchen foj- the use of patients, Bere  they��� eati niake themselves tea or coffee  and there are always supplies of sandwiches and fruit juices. Frtr some patients  who get up'around 6.30 a.m. this is one  of. the services which makes the hospital  so homelike. The whole atmosphere is  warm and'friendly���motf'likc a. residential hotel than a hospital.  On evenings wjien hall games ware  televised there was friendly rivalry between the men and women as to who  could get possession of Ihe big- coltyfed  TV in the solarium, but there were no  hard feelings for I here were* several-b^ack  and white se|s nn the wards, so that  most palieuls could watch the programme  of /their  choice. '  Cribbage was quite popular and was  pjayed by almost all the patients. Bragging  on the pari of the women patients re^  suited in a challenge to a three games  mutch. There was great delight (on one  side at any rate) when the ladies won  two out of three games. Patients arc-  urged to go for short walks or visits. Mrs.  McGregor, unprepared for this privilege  did not take many clothes with her*'Wit  would recommend two or three drip dfy  dresses as a satisfactory wardrobe, though  She points  out  that ironing facilities are   available foriise of the patients.   ������Mail���is^daliveiKHl-^lt��~Hit-���p��-H(i-��ls--Pi-vG-  days a week by a- member of Ihe-^fkA  who always finds lime lo slop for a ehj^  Letters mean a great deal lo those from  put of town who have few. if any visitors.  Mrs. McGregor thanks all her friend.'- for  their cheery cajrdy, apd  letters.       ....._.  Crafts an: taught to the-.patients and  items such as    dolls,' poodles,    slippers,  The Jgeiilfisuljg T^c}! ?oqo 4"?  Wednesday, January 27, \$7%  ���      - - _ >- "       **  ch-ingc purses,  and  key lings  are sold  at a ciatl shop iun-by a charrping Scottish;  j$"il, ^t\ss~"B.1 Muriay and her assistant  Tyjiss D^plessis.      ' r"  " < Tvyo.wplfaiewoikois, Mis Llewellyn  .duT Mi. Put die visxt t)ie patients cacli  day wd|i a' view to helping those with  Hjfpliems Ejveiytlung poss'^le is dpi*e \o.  idlcyiqtp anxiety pnd make it posslblo  foj- all who peed ttpatmcii't to get ll in"  trpite of. {innnuaj jtijfjeultjies Ifolp is  given with drbgs, fi-m^po^latiQii and "in  lopping aitei jhe hp-nihes^of sick -motrjpis.  Fiom these twodac^ics and J|om Mr A.  F M Cdirjck anc| ^i F H Eagle <)1 ^|te  Canpd,ipp Cancel Society Mis McGjicgor  Ipaiped p gieal deal about the kind of  Ifplp fhp| .can bo made ayadabje pnej she  will R']'i4-!*f* p��s?_ei?' \\M infpnii'il'ptt 'M:  ppyhnQy ppeding i|.. Telephone her at ��8f?-  3J31I). ySf\<. EJpfile. wpwild' Vr 'tjcHgJif.ed"'"l9  ' visit,' \\i\it district -to sjrow Hlfns ^tit} rjps:  ��� pr'l'jp the work dope by ihp* gopict'y; Brj'jj-  ' pptipri/in these matters nVa'y nte?��ii Uves  ^-saTfidr. . *   '  Mrs- M^-Qregor 'pays   tribpte^o"'��� t"io  dpptors pt tlie Cancpi- Clinic. Dr. Crayyfprd  in   chprge   Of   her   case,   Dr.   MarctJS/ a  charming lady  doctor  fron*   (he  Plviiip-  pines  and  Pr-  Cook   from  Jamaica,  all  dedicpted   workers;/ -unsparing   of  therp-  /plvea in thpir care' for the pptienis.  f4QJ"VE    A60UT   ... ���"' A T-  �� Dept. Reserve Fund  ���from page_A--L  be transferred to the -Finance Authori|,y  Debt  Reserve.  .���'Total amount to be raised for (jenpraj  Government Services given in the Provisional Budget for 1971 is $120,0?2. Lopa.1  requisition is this amount less f8,fj{?t) (Administration Recoveries) and ^(^tQ00  (provincial  Government  Grant.)  {?SOV?��JPN4l mJP<3ET  Most sections of the ftegional Board's  PrpvisinnaJ Budget show a surplus, on)y  sections wilh a deficit, are Aqniin'stra-  Uon�����1.862 and Water, Supply and bisjri-  but ion���$80.1.  Expenditures estimated for tliis ypar:��  Geneivfti Governmeiil $120,072; Electiops  and y.B.C.M. $3,()()0; 'Fjre ' Prptceiipn  West Howe Sound and Roberts Creek)  ' ^Tj.OdO each- Building and Plumbing" Inspection $17,^20; Street Lighting #,224;  Water Supply and pistribuiion |}78,il01;  gt-rbage Sites $lfi,000i;..Gar|*a^e,,ppllEction���.  _JJ2JijjQ^jE;n v i r'o n m en la 1 Plan n i hg ii n'd  ZonTng^T5';rTQTTTollun5xj5^  Revenue will be raised by local requisition -$!7(5,'9.r>0; 197.0 surplus���111,787;  Sale of Water Servicps--$17��,tiqi;" Rul^-  ing and Plumbing Inspection Fees���$fi,0P0;  Administrative |lccjoyer)es-���|0,fjO(); 'Prp-  viiVcUii','''v' Arlmihisb'alion '' G  Provincial Planning Grant-~$5,0qp.  * ,  -''V'P-.'s  ���    it  �� t - *.  (*  -v  ���A-  ���v.  1  \    =A  \*j -i  . 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Page A*6o The Peninsula Tl|ne$
Wednesday, January 37, 1*>71     ■,
AroancL Gibsons
FRIDAYS Assembly af Sechelt Elementary 'School was a very special occasion \yheb stpdents gathered to loudly
applaud Uvelve year old Jean Berry,
-awarded first prize In the .Canadian Cap-
cpr Society 1070 Poster Qoptest, in the
^oast-Chilpotiri District.
, Jean's poster was chosen for the mes-
ssige H conveyed ip the antj-gmokkig
poster contest, plus 'originality and artistic abijityv -■ -
^Delighted with her $25 cheque and.
plaque, Jean describes the pester as
depicting a cloud of smoke erupting from
a circle of vicious cigarette butts, shpped,
like little, fuses and glowing red. The message in the smoke reads,* "Don't, Smoke-
It's Like- Playing With Dynamite".
Guest at Sechelt  Elementary  School;
' to make the presentation, was-Mrs. Olive
"""McGf egor who s alert hat the r-rtra-r-seteetioi*   ■■■■ ^ffil
of winning posters was made by Dr. J- A.
teacher, Miss Brepda Agnew is ,npw to
■{-he school this y^ar.      ,
' 2Uso loudly applavided §t° the Schopl's
Friday Assembly was Jean's home room
teacher, Jim Gray-'who-is, athletic coach
and mighty proud of the boy's floor
hockey team which; won a 9,-6 ' victory
oyer Gibsons Elementary ■ School in the
first League Game this, yeai\ The game
Was played op Mr.,. Gray's birthupy pnd
was a pleasant surprise. ,,'.'
Student Council President, • Darcy
Stephenson, gave the Student Council
report which has many activities planned
for this year':
MacDougall, chairman of the. Canadian
Cancer Society,. British Columbia and
Yukon Division. Preliminafy judging was
done   by   Clive  Cope,   instructor  at   the'
-Vancouver- School of Art, and Roger Wong,
commercial artist. The competition was
opeft to grades six and seven students
in all elementary schools in B.C. and the
Yukon. Grand pri^e winner was 12-year-
old Jody Wilson of Ladner and first and
"second prize winners were selected in
each of the seventeen districts.
Dr. MacDougall said that the posters
reflect an increasing knowledge among
elementary school students -of the dangers of cigarette smoking and lung cancer.
Jean is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Turner  Berry   of   Sechelt   and   her   Art
Jiivenile soccer
Bsai results
SAD note in the Sunshine Coast Juvenile '
Soccer schedule for "the second half
of. the season is struck by the withdrawal
of the .Tiget Cats in Divisipn 5, leaving
just three teams in the- league.
Games scheduled for Sunday January
31 are as follows:     "
Division 7—Chessmen <>V Shop'Easy,
Gibsons at 12 noon. Ken Mae V Warriors,
Gibsons 1 p.m. Local-297 V Tee Men"
Gibsons   2iriT*r>
Division (i—Madeira Pa'rk V Roberts
Creek,   Madeira  Park  2   p.m.
JDunsion 5—Braves V Timbermen
-Hackett Park, 2 p.m.
■;   -    ™-   -^    ■ -     '-■'■   ,   ■ :    t~
MRS- Durapt Jrgepsi wps as ysupl, brigh.^
• apd cheery, w'hen friends gathered fiitv ,
her hofne Tliwsday, January 21  op tlw '"
occasion of her iglgt bicthday. ^pupg apd(;
old-were made welcome arid cJeliciQps rps ,
frelhments   were   enjoyed,   Mrs., Jrgen$.
ehamed * her -hearers   wjth'.deUghtfiiUjr •
-told, interesting stbries of events in hep
iife, even some of the guests got to repp-.'
iniscing. Jt was indeed a pleasant sock*,!;;'
time? The.'honoree   rceived. many  cards}
and gifts.- > ' °'f      ; .,
HERE AND "THERE •        ..■ ;
Miss Florence Sames from-New Westminster visited the.home of.Mr. apd
Mrs. B. J. Wisken- °
Mr. and Mrs. J. Skellett of Bay Road,
Gibsons, with -their daughter Wirihifred,
have returned from spending a week in
Monirea-L-Jb-ey. .travailed Jhy.   plane  pad.
i\^; v'Afe'1' y^)^ ^^'X ■'/; *v* -< r :;iyu
W/i'T <Ff*f? ?*^*! m
v     'lA   , 1.k*"f ; 'j
^ S.^'**,™m~*525S»»
Division 3-
Hackett Park,
-Toiems V Sechelt Legion,
3 p.m.
w*hile back East attended a family reunion with many relatives present, as Mrs.
Skellett has five brothers there" and they
were joined by one sister from Indianapolis. Mrs. SkaUett's brother who las't summer visited Gibsons, is making a marvellous recovery after recent open-heart
surgery. '
Mrs. Kenneth C. Turner and family,
formerly of Feeney Road, now reside at
New   Westminster.
Mr. and Mrs. R. W.» J-anqwsky are being welcomed to the community. Formerly of Dawson Creek, they are now res-'
idents of Soames Point.
Mrs. Ethel Barnes has returned from
Williams Lake-where she was a guest of
Phil and Hilda De Leenheer,
The Women's" Missionary Council of
Gibsons Pentecostal Tabernao'e, met
Tuesday evening last week at the home
of Mrs. Harvey Davis. Election of officers resulted as follows: President, Mrs.
F. J. Wyngaert; vice president, Mrs. Huxley Marshall; secretary treasurer, Mrs. B.
J. Wisken; Missionary Outfit fund, Mrs.
E. Lawrence who will also act as work
convener reader" of missionary biographies
will be Mrs, Ron Brackett.
Rev. B. With was present on this occasion to pray for the officers and for
"*"    THelsTng'TfiTTlT^
Following a time of fellowship, a
delicious lunch was served.
At St. Bartholomew's Parish Hall on
Wednesday afternoon, Jan. 20th, the
Anglican Church Women welcomed members of the United Church Women and
other guests 'for a very, pleasant meeting
when Miss Ena Harrold spoke and showed
slitfes of the Holy Land. Mrs. G. Cooper,
and Mrs. E. Sherman gave a beautiful
vocal solo. Refreshments 'were enjoyed,
during a happy social time.
The ACW and also St. Bart's Church
Committee sent flowers and a gift to
Mr. and Mrs. Haley of their 50th wedding
anniversary, expressing appreciation for
their untiring>-s§,s|§tsncs,    ,,:r
Congratulations and bfesi wishes have
been gojpg out to Mr. and Mrs. Bill Haley
on tj-jci occasion of their Goldep Wedding
On Saturday evening in The Cedars
Inn, the Sunshiite Coast Kiwants hosted a
surprise dinner for the happy couple who
have been active in the Kiwanis for
-maivy^yeiirSw- _L_— ___.
A special cuke hud been baked and
decorated by 'Cedar's proprietor Mr. Leo
Hupul and his daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. Haley received a beauti-,
fill floral arrangement from the Kiwanis
and telegrams and letters of congratulation were raud from Primu Minister Pierre
Elliot Trudeau; Lieutenant "Governor J.
Nicholson; Preiniwr W.A.C. 'lUmnult; Coast
Chilcolin MP Paul fit, Pierre; Hon. Isabel
. nawHon and Mayor "of Gibsons, Wally
Peterson, ■ ,    ,
Tliirty-I'lvu    people-   ware   present   lo
honor Mr. und Mrs.-^lluley,
WMIIam  Haley and MIhh , Nora Biirtlu
Nice  Flight
Large parking lot at Trail Bay Centre
rnakes -good, runway for rnqflel a'r?
planes but takes its-toll during forced
landings. Well under control in left
hand top eor'nerT* Dave Bredefeld's
plane makes a trial flight.   : .J
.—.—. .—: . -—^r=z. _ i; ^
were married at Calgary, Alberta, on January 19, 1821. Later while Jiving in Victoria, B.C., Mr. and .Mrs. Haley were
visitors to Gibsons Landing, to see the
late Mr. and Mrs. Bartle who resided
here. ,,
About thirty years ago, the Haleys
bpught property on North Road and moved
lo make their home here. They are much
respected and admired being faithful'
workers in numerous organizations. It
would be difficult to list all the duties
they have so willingly-and abty perfomed
in their many elected offices,
Mr. Haley is much in demand as an
Friends calling at their home offered.
J-iearly felicitations on the occasion of
their Golden Wedding aniversary. Many
congratulatory messages, cards, flowers
and gifts from far i..i-'nd near attested to
the .esteem and love felt for this couple.
THANKS       *
Gibsons Scouts Christmas Tree sale
was a tremendous success and thanks are
extended to S.t. Bartholomew's Church
for the use of the grounds, Mr. Reuben
Stroshein for transporting the trees from
'aT^ouver^alio^T^nrjave ran lie tor ihe~
use of his truck, also to the fathers who
When someone knocks at. the-door giving their name and their home province
and says- "Oh didn't ynu gel a card
saying I was coming?"—then talks rapidly
about a tour of the country and asks to
come in to tell piore about   it,  this may
A By-law to authorize the borrowing of the estimated cost
of constructing improvements to the sewer system.
WHEREAS by By-law No. 101 of the Council of the Village^ Gibsons
approved by a vole of the owner-electors in the  Village empowered and
authorized the Copncil to .establish a municipal sewer system and lo borrow
a sum not .exceeding $425,000.0.0 to meet the cost' of construction of the
■ sewer'works described in the saiti by-law. , '
-   AND WHEREAS in addition fo the construction of the.sewerAvorks
authorized by By-law No. llJ| the Council deems it necessary and advisable"
to provide for the eonStriicTioTnsnn^
of pollution and for necessary extensions to the lateral-collection system.
AND WHEREAS tjie estimated cost ol construction of improvements,
including expenses incidental thereto, is'the sum j)f $420,000.00 which is the
amount of debt intended to be created by this by-law.
AND WHEREAS ihe amount of the assessed value for general municipal
purposes of the^axable land and-iinjarovemenls.fo and for
each of the two years immediately preceeding the current year weri*:—
I96K  —-$3,006,567
1069 — $3,120,020
.    1070 — $4,1^,307
AND WHEREAS the depreciated value as al December 31,*-I060, of
^^JLhc^j^atejvvariu^^l^iii^rr-whi&l)—th'j^ii^wti--Hf»a4ity possesses a y&yisioimh
certificate of self-lii|iiidation granted by ihe Inspector of Municipalities is
AND WHEREAS a provisional certificate of self-litpiidation has been
issued in respect of the proposed sewer system of ihe municipality;
AND WHEREAS the amount of the authorized debenture debt ot f\\c
Jimnicipality is'$542,000!()() of which $101,000.00 is authorized and^jsstied
and $441,000.00 is authorized-and' unissued., • * " ■     	
indeed be a means of getting into.people's
homes,'Would it not be'more honest however for the person calling to just state
at the putset that they are trying to
sell- magazine subscript ions.
In any case fl would be a good idea
if these people who ;*o from door tu door
in this .maifner (representing an Eastern
publishing co.), could at least confine
their cabs lu business hours, it t.'«n tre
quite upsetting for some nervous older
residents who lives alone and may bo
preparing to retire early (and who is
not used to folk /knocking- on the door at
night), to have one of these young sales
persons come disturbing then/ IVuhably
a "lot  of  residuils  have   relatives   in   the
.province   ni^nlioiicd     and     half   wonder
amidst   a-  rush  of  .words,   whether   this
nnight ■be"-"kifh~mrJ_lrm—Bet rev  BusiniKtr
Bureau,  anyone! ,
Mothef's March
(SucIigH. I'uNuit'.nlh   nrq rnitilnilod by    durkon
prciUy W.C. po.stor child Millie IVIouw,
notlinr.-i  will
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tliiil lliu uiiiHinl Kintiinon Mollioi'H
JVJiucli  will   bo  held  In  Uuilr corn-
numlly Ihu I'IihI,, week of J^ebruury
a' wui wuekti bill/, for Ui'll,lnlj Columbia DiKlrkil Clovai'Dui' David U<o>
hat 10,000 volunlo«r
nuiroli in thu "blilv,"
iminiinlMn thi'.oiiHhoul lliu provinctvlo
iiiIho luiulri for rulmbililnllon of thu
ihy-ik'nlly dlridblud, In H«cliblt eon-
Iniil "Dnvn DoiH at
IW5-07U   nl' WW-
Blake C. Alderson D.C
PoM Office Qulldina Sncholi
Phono 805-2333
n«». 006-2321
Tueiday ti» Prldav 10(30 a.m. to Si30 p,^n,
Saturday 9|30 «,m, to 1(00 p,m,    '
23.B0' NO>,V
1S.99 NOW
Regular ,
•J'    . ►
A$st. Colors ond Stripes, f /       ^
Sfnoi B-16 ', "      , yj   PRICE
dealer lor:
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•i' (,   ii<     mi     ni
Hi l|S'i »|l' Hi; I
Ph, 0Q6-228O Gibsons, B.C. I
Boy$' Corduroy
Jeans .  . ■••■ Vi
L-iLri o
Tlio Invontory Crow Takes Our Invert--
rory FrMoy, tan, 29lh ot 9(30 o,m, So
from 9 o,rn. Wodnosday, Jan. 27 fo
9|30 Friday W« Aro Having A, Two
Day And V% Hour l-ro-lnyontory ,5ilo.
Hurry Wlillo Tlioso Bargain* Aro H«ro!
Boys1 -&-Men> Fall &'
Alarm Clocks
NOW       \.   V
All Mattel"
Toys, ,.  .
V% Price
AND WHEREAS a provisional certificate of the Minihler of Health
has been obtained under the Health Act.
AND WHEREAS a provisional certificate of the Minister of Lands,
Forests and Water Resources has been obtained under the provisions of
the Pollution Control Act.
AND WHEREAS the maximum term for wlliph debentures may be
issued lo secure (lie debt created by this by-|aw is tvyiinty-fivu years;
NOW THEREFORE the Council of ihe Village of Gibsons in open
meeting assembled enacts as follows:—.
. I. The'Council is hereby empowered and authorized to construct a
secondary treatment plant- and necessary improvements to the sewer
system imd in lhat behalf lo undeiliikc anil carry out, or cause to De
carried out,  the'construction-of the  improvements to the sewer
■ ;■.__      system j-encntlly jn accordance with general plans approved by the
i   Provincial Health Officer and to do all things necessary in conncc-
jioii therewith and without limiting the generality of the foregoing:
111 To borrow-upon  the credit  ol   the  municipality a  sum  nol
not' exceeding -p-l2(l,(K)0.0()   '   *   '
(2)   lo  iici|iiire  all  Mich  real   properly,  easements,  rights-of-way,
'■•••■  l'       . licences, rights or iinihorilies us may bu reipilsile or desirable for
or in Connection with the consiniction of" the said improvements
,    " , lo, llic ,sewcr syslcul,   ,
2.  I his hy-luw may lie cited as "Pollniion Control anil Sewer Improve-
'"  ""'       liieni Loan Auihorii'.iiiion hy-luw No, 211/ IT/ll".
Rend a l'iri>i lii'nc ihis 17th day ol March l.'^tK
Keiul ,i second Uiik: lliih rtfh day of Dcceiube'r I'^'/t)
1 ' ' v	
Read n ihiiVI Lime Ihis Hllnluy of Ducembei I'i'/O;,
Received tin'' approval ol the liiMtcclor ol liu- Munieipnlilies Ihis Mill day of
:liit"iui'.y  I'J VI
Recousidcieil and uilnpled llils
day ol
Mpnlcipiil (,'.ler|
hereby cviill'y ihe foregnlnii, in be n liiie and corrcci copy nf hy-luw
No. 21,1, ciied lis "1'iilliiiiuii Ciinirol and Sewer Impioyenieiii-I.oiin Aullmri-
'■'7(1", us read a iliinl lime by the Council op ihe till) dny
/.iilion No, ?
of Deeeinbe
)iiied at (ilbsiins,
h.C,,ihih'tiih day of. December I'i70.      ,    "• ,
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Check Every Department
for Savings!
. <,V«>At ♦.,». i
ll'AI piiiMiiuii in hy-luw No, 211 riled uK "Pollniion
Coiilrnl and Mewei liiipinvemeui Eoun Auihoii/iiiluu Hy-luw Ni". 211, l'>70",
the Cipmcil ul die Villapc ol (.iibhiinh inum-ln to eunnliini a nmiinjeipul newel,
hyhU'in us nl|owi'i,iind rlewiilieil iii ii hiiiiiiiiuiy lepnii und |iliniii prepaied by.i
l)iiylnn rv Kliljijil IJiilired,, i,'o|lhilllfi||i e|i|/)||ee|s,   .    ''       ' ,
ANDT'HAT'lliu Miiil hiniiiii'aiy icpoii ami plmih'nuiy \w viewed iliiijin?, '
ie|iuliii business liuiils ul the Muilleipiil Olflee, ■   '
AND '111 AT l<» liiiance ihe i'linnlMit'lloii ul' llic Midi wuiM, Hie ('<nnuil
iropnses mhorniw-hy way nl .lebefiriireh n luiilier kiiiii'iioi cxi'ivillnjj Four
lillldied iiii-Uw-'Mly llunisand (li)l|iirri.(VI?U,0U(l) lepayable not laiei (hull 2*
 ,ycnr^rrnin-||?i-'ilfiirnr1ssHrnr-|iiiclrtlo'l)i-»lii'ri?C~ —'"'-"; * - • }u- : -	
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. ^1* 'HA'!' l'"''-^ wiiliin tliiity il.i)* of the hiroml -unriciM pfibllciiilon
Hi ihis Noiliy, mil lehs ihuii ope iwenlietli m ijiunber ol i|h! owner-elei-tois
pelilion l||e Coiineil lor llic hllh||lis>|<r|l ul l||insii|d f,y |(,vV |0| l||e USM'III Of
ihe. owi.i4-i'.^iui:Uiii»r'4liu..i,U^u»tc.l|--inuy-'i»'l«»|H-'*iK'lr I>y-1nw,-— •■~—'• '    -
AND THAT tllirli, tile Fiisl ..r*fw.r,|».il,lii]uli..)is of iJiirN.itk
■"      'l')AIT,D this 2Mb
"iiiiiiiy, I'iVl.jn (ilbsons h.C,
\\ JOHNSTON, Municipal C\^
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**»rfi*i*A^,A Htijt * .:>  r  ��� ��������  >.  ��*. ��  ;> v.  j *���. * ���  *-5 *i;-h  M W! n1 fc-"  ���V--  < lAJ  I    .4  ���w\:  V -     -   ,��� v *  "-* ' '        ' >' ', ' , '<'..- ' , '  o?  F *  ,r  i-  )MM-->JhJj,  4-'  )  : ..V  -tfiMrfffii;  il��  r, - ,-���- *  J  ���   -4  r    t  ' -Vr"  ���* i  -\?  Settipn B  Wedriesdqy, January 27, 1971  Pages 1-4  Tehrvmry WM ��:�� ��.,-:.  -  -1  m  id  m  ��� l  * *  *  ,  ��i   ,  A  s many stage  "VARIETY Club^. annual funtf-vslsing p well-known res,terantein\ Producer J$  speptapulaf^or handicapped children, ���< p^- .pu,.ciyi well-known in the ervtertairi-  tho Telethon, will be'hpld^at the Queen     ment wcirid for many auceessfpnelevisipp  productions. The house band is led by  Dal Richards.   ���" . .:'  **  "  .5"  A  1  J  \  /  ,             1  ��  ,1  I  i  V-  1 ���  r  i  i  ". 'j  i  *       '<    '  .-���V  ^  \  !<  "  **   "*"*"    "  t  I  M  ���7~,                  .     . ,  ,        New  Executive                           .                                             %.   ,  IVJeetihg jn jjhe Health Centre Gib- from JpSt seated: retiring Secretary, Vice-President, Mr. Lome Macli^ren;  sons, twice monthly, Gibsons Branch Mrs, Nora Haley;   Secretary, Mrs. President, Mr.  Wally Graham ani  O.A.P.O., has a lively   programme Reta Siiverton;  2nd Vice-Prpsident, Director Mr. Hal. Maskell IVIr. R^  *-lihed up tor this year  Pictured foi- Mrs' Elizabeth Halstead; Treasurer gor ifenspn is also a Director,  lowing last week's   installation are Mrs   Gwen Ciosby    Standing     1st                        d                      -  Elizabeth  Theatre E'etu-'nary   1J( and   H-  The shovi/, which carries on cpntinp^us-  ly for 18 consecutive hours, will be, te��P-  'cast live in color yepr over Cljannels'6 and  8;.-It is estimated by B.ill Elliott, prpdpc-  iion chief for.the fi-(3. Broadcasting Co.,  that over 100,000 viewers/will watch the  all-star display of entertainment this year.  British Columbians in the Kamloops and  Okanagan areas, for instance, will be  seeing their first Telethon because GHAN-  W-s Signal" was extended imo vhe interior  a few months ago. , .     .  - Leonard Nimoy, star of the Mission  Impossible series, will be back for the  third year as master .of ceremonies." Many  other stage and. television stars will be  appearing on the Vancouver stage lipi help"  attract pledges fop handicapped children  of all types and thgse stars will be identified after contracts have been concluded.  Over 60 different acts appeal- annually  on the Telethon and they have been able  to   provide   Variety's  Tent  47  with   the  Musicians,' dpngers, >singers and all  types of. other entertainers ���yojpnteer their  time willingly to set the proper m'pod  of each Telethon. Each year ihe rhusi-  cians' union- waives the requirement to  pay these people. Over 100 operators from  B.C. Tel volunteer their time to answer a  b.attery pf 60 prones and take the public's  pledges. There arc at least ,50 other vo  r.A  TWIliHTWTRf  GIBSONS . . .  UA'A A'i"A AAl\ &<$y\\"\  fe^A  A<m��av   f OTjuVft  mm^kA  ?l.  XV  UOriSjiW.  ,-���1*1  r ���(.  lv<i  ���i.t,  if       Sl    '   //,  ��Sr-*1  fiBarvci^l"  ;~hr-prlcry"a-^otai rtrletrr  lunteer workers who are "eithpr backstage, or who have already completed  their work before the spectacular begins.  BC Telr expanslQii  for Sunshine Coast  NEARLY $100,000 will be, spent this year  to expand telephone facilities serving  the Gibsons and Sechelt regions, the" B.C.  Telephone-Company  said  today.  R. S. Robertson,"district customer service supervisor, said the larger projects  include addition of 12 circuits to the  Vancouver-Gibsons long' distance transmission "system to provide for growth in  volume of catling fitim. the Gibsons-Sech-  elt area.  They also include a 200-line addition  to switching equipment in the Gibsons  central telephone office, this to provide  for the connection of new telephones-arid  handle increased numbers of  local calls.  Elsewhere in the region, smaUler distribution cable installations, will be niade  to  meet   requireitiehts  bi'''cus'tomeVs'''''"fQf''  f irrotminTt-^ni-^"^ been ^'^��ltfto!LJM!^^  ililale offering of individuahline service  lo some existing party-line customers.  The expenditures are part of B.C. Telephone's province-wide expansion and  improvement program, which during .1971  will cost $112.3 million, all of il required  lo meet customer demands for all types  of telephone services.  the rehabilitation of handicapped youths.  The show has made over $100,000 for the  past two years.  Variety's Farm Training Centre at  Ladnei is the major work of Tent 47,'s,  urllhough construct ion lias Just begun in  the West End of Vancouver on Head  Start unit No. 2 for underprivileged kiddies.. This is a $40,000 project that gives  three and four-year-old children needed  pie-school training. In addition, Variety  Club also has an energetic Sunshine Coach  program that helps get handicapped people to and from their hospitals or places  of rehabilitation. Last year, Tent 47 made  and $8>000 donation to assist in a program  born with heart or.chest defects. The money was used at Vancouver General Hospital  to purchase special equipment.  The Telethon is organized, produced  and directed locally by a combination  of professionals from show business and  volunteers from the business world.  Chairman of the event is Peter Barnetl,  RETURN ENGAGEMENT BY  POPULAR DEMAND  COLOR -.  Starring. Rossapop r^razzj, Mjrzi Gayppr,  John Kerr pnd Fr-prt&e Nuyen.  Thur., Fri., Sot., and Sun.,  Jan. 28,29, 30 and 31 ot 8 p.m.  i.  ,    <20B>   '   '        "���"'  ������ '      'H \^  Starring  Alain Delo*n - Marrienne Fqithfull.  RESTRICTED  .  .Color  .   Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,  Feb. I it, 2nd and 3rd at 8 p.m.  ELVIS PRESLEY.  Thursday, F��day, Saturday,  "Feb. 4, 5, 6 qt 8 P-m.  il*  *,>  ����� }  I.  USE TIMES ADBHIEFS  January  meeting tl.  With  an  ever  increasing membership.  Oiihsons    Q.A.P.Q. Branch Mi  Ii'Hf^T rDgplar nicptipg~p|"l07t pf Branch    gjvcp |q Mi" find Mrs. Bill Haley w|m    keeps executive officers busy, t'ajdng  an nAPn um= lioiri in tim HniHh poii.    ,cccntly cclepiotpd their Goldep Wedding;    a vvplI earned rest this year, retir-  Anh|vori.aiy U wps brppgbt to Hie picm- ..    . --    ��� -_���-      >  'A  >-,  11  ']  3D, OAFP wps held Ip the rJcaHli Ccn  tpe, Gibsons, January 18\h, will* 50 nicm-  bcis in iillciidiulcc Mr Bill Haley opeped  the mectipg with the singing of 0 Cant-da, after which the members-stood in  silenl tribute to the memory ol JVH'. Wil-  Uams. and   Mr   Hobcrls.  Mr," lli)ley lhanked the members for  their faithfulness in uttepdnner- during  T|lG"-~pasl -eleven yetira��� whiuh���had���beeii-  mucb appreciated. Tho becretnry gavo the  annual repurt apd the uudited financial  report. The membership at December !H.  11)70 w��s 127. Mr. Haley Ihen presented  llic jiicrimmg presldunt, Mr. Wally Graham, who absumed Ihu chair, then in turn  preseuled his executive.  A letter wah rend from the KiwimiK,  acknowledging with thanks Ihe donation  ol' fi'OO.oo from Branch \Mi for the ftcnior  CilizenH Housing, 'Willi un exlni Ip-lfi.OO  hponlaneiimisly given by iho momberh nl  Ihe Clirihlmas Uinner, itepnrls nf tins  vui'inut, commitlecu were received, Willi  Mr, tlrabnm welcoming ll now membuih-  .   CfiDgrululniio'iiti and hoM wihliu'h-wcro  bcis attention that there is Open House  at the Art Gi|llery,_ Vancopvcr, every  third Thursday from .11 a.m, .to-2 p.m.  for |icnsioners.  Committee-} ufr 11)71 are, relicshment  convenor, Mrs, Dor/ithy Warren, enter-,  lammenl, Mr, id. HuiUe, ami Mr. -W;iljo.  -Wirtm,_wtilftiru Imd vihillng, Mrs, Mtiig-  aret Bwuy and Mi>, Frunces Walls, pub-  licily,  Mi'��-  I-', Maakell.  The nieeling closed with the singing  of The Queen, followed by u social limu  wdb lea und reireslmicnls.  Tho February meutpigfi pre wicial,  Kebruary 1st and regular February Kith  al l|ie Health Cenlrii, ("iibhons til 'i p.ni,  The warm hand of friendship is given In  u|l elderly poisons who would like lo  come upri joip Ihe gaiif- ul Branch 311-  lltickfish fit the Vancouver Aquarium  hapg on rue!' I'accii by Ihulr perlorial fins,  which need only u luiuili In bold ll|u  iilll'mul hleaily,  ing President lylj'. Bill Hajey handed  over presidential reins to 1971 President. Mr. VValiy GraJiaW" Hi l^st  week's meeting. Pictured from left:  retiring 2nd Vice-rPresident Holiert.  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'  ' "*  Regular $112.00 '        NOW  12x9'7M CORDOVA  Spanish leather. A IhicK, heavy shag.   <m  ReaMlqr'1i'19Q;6|"-;::'^::r,:r:x7:::;::NOW''J|  GENUINE OZITE CARPET  WMI�� rubber bock, 3 coler* only-'-copper - gold J mow green,  Regular 4.95 Per 5��|, Yd          NOW  12x11 TUFTWISE  Empress Gala1, |r|eal sol twisl,  Ragulpr $ 159,20 .,..,... ;1.  NOW  ���GENUINE OZITECARPE1  1 i. >  ft1 wiili\, 6 tilling, Guli|nii �� ��un��piay - ufi,o - ruby red ��� coppur ���  (ore��| giutm.          '"  l^i'AB?  PER SQUARE YARP  , ...  12x10 CONCERTO  Canlqlopp Tweed Short Shag,  , Regular, $ 159,50 ,' ��� , ...NOW  12x7'S" NEW HAVEN  ���   Uj-oiuo Grpon. I'|ms>Ii Acrllan.  <"���  B,P, VINYLOOfiVI  U FlucM Qiiollty Solid Inlaid Vinyl Mnofoiim wilh on otbctlok  backing for jloufliilily nnd icdfijenca to inoikliiic, (I ��<oim��  tpllU nnd ilolnt, tleoiin'ln n |IMy.   -V ���'(?  Regnlor ^.96 Per &*}��� Yd- MOW !�����  12x7 ILLUSTRATION  Skyline Gokl.A Corpol Srioclully Pet.ipncd pnr |<ilc|icn  U:>o, Defies, All Stains aiKl Spills, &A AC  Roaulnr $1^0.82, ���, NOW wW��W*3  12x9 HAWTHORN   ���  ���'Cc|qr|oji"'M|s��l,';Hfinl set (iciilan twibt,   '���"'        ' 'A'  llqrdiWcnrlnb. ��� ��     ��� ' '��� '  '������'���' 'H,>0%M Aff  Regnlar *|69,qt)    : NOW  1  ���$^%0^>m$^i$^  I Olt WALL TO WALL INSTALLATIONS  If J uli U muni iluii)  20 m|, yilu.,  piiui  Intnx  rnlilior  .., MnilcriinitJA Y��W"v��ji ,>.?--2S per *��ii,'y��l-}  |i> m% WITH ANY CARPlIt  4 PURCHASE  12x9'3" CASSANDRA  MaUolHuh Liyhiii. A Prl'nlcil Shmj; ������  R��}UMlarfl'l65,oo.    .���.'..;:..:.>., now  K'uypllon Gold IViiihln Jnlo hM��,k, Hyl'im  (On  T%i  l*pcp. Regujar ^,00  NOW  M  ��\im\\\\\i\ jqofl&t Hiflliway at M/yiic��ort  E  r - V*-"\,,-v'-T'  "' 'V'"'**  **...*���   -'-n ,; wr*T     " ���^������v-1-    '-^' '  -...���:,;.    ;; .  V   .   ���-      >-     -w �������-" - .* - *   .*,-vv -.-s   ������".'_-  . **  - vj.-;  ��^-VO*Y- j r.* - --r-.-.- ',rr;  ,X-*-r  ,S*t'**>''"i'^fev-&8��-^^  TwS PsNJ3Wl.A^<!0d.  -  , ���,.������.  -. '    ~\ ',   ���.-.''���  "V Jr|f?y /���<Ml,r-flflSr-*i" ' v/Jrtff liol /I'M'rt H'��>Hg iw-fp /<i(7 lo .��iv H'/ui/ I-believe to />> r/g/if^  ' - " , ��� ���:   -rr-CttHN A'l't'lNa  '    ��� . Dnvcif \s ��- Whfhifr, /iW/fur .'���...'    ������'���������     :  mf*^*n.   'i m >- ,M ���  f-   -  TODAY'S   pL-rnii-i'-ive   society   with  H-i. .though. sot*ve do nip-age to Keep elcmn  '-    diinvi��nt|ii  foi   greater   freedom  and Havm^ .iio il.wM'9 io onU; up broke as  constant rejection ot the so-called "estah- " did another exUiblishmeiit  atler 'perniit-  rishment',] has<brought wilK it, not only jjug-hippies io 'use"the  premises as a  a Wilk -1P\Vn ���*!LiiiiV- nnd order hiif"ij han^pnt,' ihp cafe'owner-has established  iievy elepiepVilesirbiis ot dictating to |hp a policy of.''no hippies"." Therefore it.  'world at large. those who consider themselves part ol  Society as a whole has shown com-: the "in-erowd" find it necessary to.emui-  pienclable icstrajnt and tole-ianee but in- ate undesirables or wear garb that might  dicatiyns  ar��   that  it^s. patience vis  be* e-vsily' be confused with raiment" of l.h.e  ginning to weaf rtuner thin. If r-tr-seg- hippy; then they have to be prepared  -.'  mept of the ��� noplace elects tp adopt  the appearan#W: d bygone age, ignore  alb responsibility with freedpm from  rules and regulations, developed by ��  responsible society, then itJiatHHMe to  oTTer. At the same Jime, provlduig these"  same individuals establish themselves in  some remote ^corper of the backwoods  Where they cfcriiot interfere with those  of,us who enjoy pur mode of life, then  tliey provide no problem. ���  Unfortunately, far too many of them  are incapable of living ^ip to an ej-.ist-  ence of that nature ant) in short time are  playing the part pf nomad providing our  establishment fype luxuries are avails-  able to theni, There are the unwashed  weirdos who exhude their filthy odour  _j*iieji-a^ide^diyi-^e^^peet^t^  comed into food stores. and cafes, .When  asked to leave, they immediately cry  -'discriminatipit" With the result that the  sob sisters and bjeediftg" hearts jump  upon the ban^svagon^deirnindtng action  tp accent any conset'iie nces.  Naturally, such an incident ''oilers  excellent material fof hippy publici'lions  and as such joinifafisiic-clup-iiap is not  always easy lo come by, it miglu be said  "���at least the situation" has'aldciT sonic-  i>ne along the way".  Any businessman should be free to  operate as lu* sees fit, within the confines  of the-law, for if by what he is doing  ��u*. ofl'epds others/then they do "pot have  to give him their custom. If by his attitude hjs business continues to .flourish  then, i.i*Avpi||d seam, he has popular approval.  The whole situation of discrimination has been blown out of all proportion  ^md���ts-tittw-serving as another grandstand for vociferous agitators. We have  the absurd situation of a group of excited, females demanding membership  in a strictly 'men only1 club. This ap  parently  is discrimination!  Therefore  it  Sechelt Bowling  \\1GU svores las[ week wenUo Bob Mac  5  -     A?A>t *s  y&2 *  ^AAA';A^AeAiJi *BUPH wy,Mtg mF  ���' .t?< ��� ?$:iAj ��� ',.^'1' a potential hazard^  by gve Ivloacrip  ���*n1 to Btih Mac-  AOLliJIiLulayjniiJii); Jho.Ppip-  iwiciuts, and It-ubi*! Oonldrpp sbupe ior  thp jj|t|ips with 7tili, bnwbne f���� tbe Pppdnv  1 iHen-jpu   n{hoi- sc/iies aro: }v  Mixed  1(1  pip-  noroll-y   Rorhvay   1(10  (ttSftrVrnnl- .lArgonson 1��2 (Rfi��)  * l-adies Malmeo; lta/ol SKvlto 3Jlfl (7l-t),  Joan }1 ohms-fin 2.ri()  /     t'enikM-  I.eaHiie:   lsitiel Gnnldnip  3TIV-  (70U),   Hon   J'o|-|vuuit    2715  (7017, Tlwlen  Endwavdsou 2^1, HuU'b Huid 274.  Cnmmetnalsi Millie Gray 250, Conlepn  'Mc^iiaiy   308   (H04),. Boh 'Mpolww-*   2*77  (776), Apdv L'eshe 3(11, Fiank ISfevpns \\U\,  Sam McKen/ie 2(10, Al Stiactum 300 *  "Bali & Chojn John Bodmirek 043,  Budy Ciui-U UI20). Lynuo Pike 2(10, Ppl)c  Poulsnii 202 (Gilt!)., Matte Jaegej' (030,  Chaihc Siimin 700, Eve W��i lbm|-li)n "JOB  ((180),- Gail He-dnian 25b (tHO), Walter  KohucU 27tt ((522).  Juniins: Praij. llndway H2, Iflfl-.-^fifiX  W��yi��e PliiHips  151.    -  - ..,,:  Senior^: Andy Heiidprsiin (fitS), Bpnlt  Rod'wa.V 200, Paii-y Slenhpn.yon (rtfiO).  x.  ^   4  i  *S" ^t  ,n  t v  a  - *  -i   ,'j,' iv  Hpuse-bpwnd���  If the snow got on your nerves last    th$y prg t^e'laest   qf friepds    apd  week, just look what it did to^ these    w-t'estHftg is just ^ part of their daily  two little animals, each wanting to    voiitine/     ���    '  play with the toy puppy\ In reality  agaihsTTRe proprfetoT wlicTiought only *���WM seem- any political club, spyrtmg     ^ J I     ^ I      ^  to protept his  customers and  business.    *-lu^, church organizations, lad.es clubs    0QC/<WGfG[    \J LOfLCeS  The situation is that it is becoming ��� ���cl j*lst about anything else which might     ���*'*-*V      rrv*v^^*w.v*     vv-J  is mat ii is oecoming  .almost impossible to conduct one's business affairs without the pontinual interference of others. The very people who  insist ,on enforcing their way of life  upon responsible members of the public  are the same people who object ��tp havr  ing fo'cohform to our regulated 'existence.'  aJ.n mind,is Il3e_  restrict membership to a certain or  specific qualification is discriminatory.  Before we know it there will be cries of  "discrimination" because of separate rest-  rooms. Then there is the terrible situation'whereby so many items are marked  "his" and "hers''. This should be good  for a few demonstrations.-Then we have  TltE GOLD miners who scrambled along    thou love and covet his, daughtej-^liand  fact that those who sleep with dogs in- W^pW>[e discriminatory practice oT  variably acquire  fleas'              - employing only male loggers and why too  ..One of our local businessmen was should males not model ladies clothing?,  attacked last week because two females f,er,a11' so niany "-day,look more like  had   been  refused  service  in   his  cafe. - ren-al^ anyway.  Their mode of attire was such that they There are indeed countless forms of  were   taken  for  hippies,   a  particularly discrimination   practices   from   necessity  sorry  looking group  which   has  gained and  regardless  of would-be   movers of  for itself an  unenviable reputation  for mountains, we would suggesi, it is here  unkempt and    dirty    appearance, even to stay.  Ihe river banks of British Columbia  100 years ago led a rough life���but the  records show their hai-dships never over-  tame  their sense of  humor.  The Cariboo Sentinel of August 0,  I Olifi brought eh.uckles in Barkeryille when  it published this list of Miners' Ten Cum-  y;^���ifl-firdifnnTts-r^birh Was-saidnn haVB nonW  over the trails from California, with the  Forty-niners. It is published here in ab-  brexialed   form: -  ���thou slialf lose no tirrie in seeking her  affection���lest another more manly than  than should step in before thee . . .  s corner  treat lor movie fans  PAUL NEWMAN as Butch Cassifjy (earns  up with Robert Bedford as ihe Sundance K|d to bring to the Sunshine Coast  the great screen success of the year.  The pair hatch plans to rob banks  and (rains- and while in pursuit q|���|heir  mode of life share, the affections of "At la  Place, played by~Kathenne Ross The plot  is basfed on an old time story of the West  but the comedy is new and the adu'H  rafed movie offers a great treat.foj- movie  fans this weelc at the Sed*.eit" Theatre!  DON'T, tabu' a cli.aiice_.with fallen hydro  wires.  "Never touch any downed wire, under  any, eirnims'-uices,'-' warns B.C. Hydro.  'B may be carry ing electricily- and could  be deadly! You can best help by calling  the nearest Hydro office, and notifying  (he pplice." ~~~~  In the Powell "River area recently a  logger naiirwly" escaped being electrocuted  after dropping a tree .lhrough a ppwer-  liue. In falling, the tree, brought the  "live" line so low it could almost be  "reached from tlve'ground. In a hazardous  attempt to reel if y -the situation, the man  threw a rope over liie line apd tree, and  attempted.lo pull the tree away..  "Fortunately for him, he suffered only  - a   mild   shod*.   But   he   was   lucky.   He  could   well   have   lost   his   life,"   said   a  B.C. Hydro spokesman.  When a  Hydro line crew arrived on  the  scene, .the   logger   was  endeavoring  ....;t9 clrive ,b!y..,t!l;icjLAU)der|igaUi......Uie,.Jpwi.  hanging line, further endangering iiis life!  claim  t��(<  PRESENT sorry state pf unemplpymept   smoky automobiles for a pollution free  ..bicycle, nor have they yet failed to  prpvide: refuse for the collector���tintj  this is one of our greatest polh-tjori, problems thus far,'together, pf course, with  sewage and we have no doubt they still  contribute to this-form of pollutant-  One of the, more interesting aspects  of thjs situation is the fact that so many  of those who seek to create unemployment by keeping away industrial progress'  are new-comers to this country. We see  thein intervtetyod on TV, and hear their  cries at other levels, and while it might  sTrufes'" in' :mli^f^lnrvrinuWuTa-im���be-argued-that-they-have^reasonspl'or-  throughout the country has been  blamed upon policies pf the present  federal government and to. a lesser degree  some blanie has b&en attached tp'"'t|ie'  provincial governments, in each case  there is undoubtedly considerable -room  for rebuke,  What does appear to be overlooked  in the clamber to find a whipping block  is the fuel Unit, in many areas of industry excessive wage demands', and subsequent agreement/have' simply resulted  '���in .loss hf  markets,, Long' drawn  out  reaching results for they invariably have  an advewc affect upon people in other  walks of life,. As aii example we might  consider ihe "millions of dollars  worth  ,o(* buying power, lost through various  strikes in the course' of a yeijr in Ihe  Vancouver  and lower  mainland' alone,  Hail ihis money noi.bcen lost il would  have been spent in |he ���scores'and in turn  .contributed tp very, many more jobs for  tiah-s  personnel.   Ilofiie   cidislnielion  is ���  slpwed down, "automotive dealers are hit  b|it  not in the extent  production- line  ill the auiomotive Industry is damaged,  and,il goes on down io thu Htepl prod-  , ucers and so on,  Tlite eerliiinly h not the only rcasbn  for iineinployinent, there are such things  IIS iiiiloiiinlion which lake drasllc loll.,  Willi Increasing regularity. A spindling  well'liro liiibiliiy'docs ,i|o| help for wli|le  We do have ii few gfjiiuino .welfare joci*  pjenls lh��:lJ.>i|,llv'ol' vvejt'iiie money goes  IP itid^Viiiig ui'VI able work dodgers ��i)d  long lijiiivd wejidos whfi have no Inlen-  l(oil' of lieeepllng employiuenl eveii  when available, The ciiiinlless niillioiis of  dollars rcipilred lb keep such indlvi-  diinls Would do ii ijiiviilor rtei'vlc'' 11"  (Hrecied lido cimsinieilon ; of liosjiiinls,  llfghwayH, schools jiiul oilier vital serv-  lues, 'I hen a, givm deal more employ-  ilienl wophl hf) iivnilnhle fof those i'y '  "*" iiiiiiiply-ReeMngiir  being much better informed than born  Canadian nnd are very concerned, we  would say -'hogwijsh". Today, through  Ihe media of television and a well informed news media, ihe world (is a! our  doorstep and' il would be an '"insult to  Canadians as a whole lo suggesi ihe  future of the.country depends upon the  super intelligence' of newcomers, Noi  lhat we advocate parochialism io ihe  extent that we reject genuine outside-  advise, '  ., ��� One thing is eerlain, whatever-iheir  molives, if we are lo be eonirollcd by  (heir dielalcs, une|U|i|oyinent will, become far niore aeiile before we iircmiich'  older,  (l)   Thou   shalt   have   no  other  buL one. .   ..      '   '  (lb Thou shalt not make thyself any  false, claim-���by   jumping   one.  (Ill) Thou shalt not go prospecting  before thy claim gives out. Thou shall not  take thy money nor Ihy gold.dust, nor  thy good name to the gambling table...  for ... poker "will prove to thee that the  more thou puttest down, tlie*less thou  shall pick up.   '  . (IV/) Thou shalt not remember what  thy friends do at home on the Sahbath ...  six days6 thou mayest dig... but, the  other day is Sunday, when thou shall  wash all thy dirty shirt, darn all thy  stockings, (ap all thy boots,[mend all Ihy  clothing, chop thy whole ' week's firewood ,.. bake thy bread . '.'.-  (V5 Think mn��'& of the gold and how  (hy can make it fuslest.  .  (VI)  Thou  shalt  not  kill  thine own  body   by   working   in   (he   rain���neilher  shall: thou kill Ihy neighbour's body  hy , 1  shooting- him,  except   he" give  thee  of-'  fence,    ���������    . , ' . , .,         .'     ;.   lyjj) Thoushiill not grow rliscmiruMed.  .. (yiH) Tho^ shall nut pick out spe-iT-""  mens from tho i-oni|{ariy pan mid pul them  into thy mouth or 'in ihy pursi-, Neilhor  shall Ihi'iii liike fiinii yniir lahiii nialit his  gilld iIiimI Io add In thine, lust lie find,  you oi.it,-and |-|riii''hlaway mill hit- .fellow  miners Ingel'linr, and limy hiiiig thoo- anil  if lliuii .sloal a mIiuvi'I, or a |iii')', or a pan,  hiuil'jni' wi'dld bu loo t'liinl fur Iheii,.,  ��� (IX) Thou shalt not lull any I'ijIhu I ales  nliniil gold dl|(|-ini' in lho moiiiilniiis - losl  in dccolving ihy noii-hbour,, when ho  i.olurnelh lhrough Ihu-snow;'with naught  miyu Ids rifle, ho prosunl   thee w)lh  |)io  '��� crinlcnls Ihnrniif.","',     "      '  (X) Thou shall nol ciiy/ut Ihy nclgh-  houi'.'H iVild, nor his claim, nor.inidoriniini  his Hank -nor' innvu his stnkn- nnd if  thy milglibuur liftvi- Ids lamily liore mul  ���Ycwr contributions are invited  Princess Louisa inlet  r*r-by Rose Perry  IllllilM^  -.*?*.  Water, satin-smooth and gleaming,  What a ipvely spot for dreaming,  Hinged  around "with rocky  walls  And heavy .show ffid waterfalls,  Ilcipriiig, noisy Chatterbox,  Foarriy, .white against dark rocks,-   -  The rushing Wdter does not hide the  song bird's , trill;  Splashing water/wild bird's song, all  else  is  still. .        ��� '  A' swirj��� of seal,  a  white  gull  glides  And ,-jthere above all, peace abides.  ��� --4--.- ���'��� ��� - -  ? "I'he British merchant ship -.-Rosed-ale,.  en route fj-om London to Victoria ran on  to- Hpsefjale..RocJ- December )2th, 1(1(12.  She.got herself off and was beached in  Ross Bay without loss of life.  s=_  ea  Wi Am mvwvw to take cahe of your  GALVANIZING KEQUIKE[V3ENTS. FOR AMY ITEMS'  you fvsioHT mm TO galvanize,   T   r  PLEASE COWTAC��r^" I  Garden Bay, B.C, Phone 083-2535  IIMIIIIIlliH  WifffiW  ���*_p  BOOCtSTORE  '1  ���I  i!��.  A Gojd^electie^of  Ponulqr COOKBOOKS  Sechell  085-9654  Another nnd iiiIIut inoie jnhidious  'impect In liu' I'li'-i Iluii u Inrgc uuiiilwr  of (|iH:Mli)i)|il'ly mollviilcd individuiilrt  lllivc cllinhcd uboiud llii i*co|ug>J)iir��,U  synggon Villi H view lo doiiing p>y)n  wluil |i��l|it��lry tht-'y cim nnd hiillii^Cliuy  |)io|)OMtli> lor now industry,  Wi! onii'iiip|)ii'iiidc Hie ni'i'd lor pn|-  Iiilloii v'dnlror nml"riy'm'|?iilli!/i* wild U)o  , cfinccnk'd i-coiogliih who urit iic,'l|n|!, In  . ii r-!K|)oi|h|b|c iniiiim-i' wilh it  view h\  ��� sm-klng Ktrlcb'r ic|iulut|bnt>, iTIiukc ' |ye  w|<loni licnr about, , ' ,  tlnloiliiniili'ly,    wc lu-nr.  oiily lo��i  ������offi'f) |rd|i) tli,�� i'lniicul ���.'oiujpoto-d ol  d|iuiinii;rhi blinded iVIuitllnlH,.-..lufllr*lm who  pr-fl'iT lo Iciir down iollii;i   limn build  _i|i>(,nnd. ihu- gouil.nld. llihhloniid ilo*,  |{ooi||)r"'.vy'h��i   1^ tJvn;  ���Miidylo Jo|u   n  ���,��-i|����ftir/ i       i   i      -  If wc mi! lOf'to" uliing with Ihi'hc  people we'drnvc fo fuco up io the liici  Iluii iinhihliy tree ot pollution, in some  ' luiin  or uilit'i,  iii  viiiuiilly  iiiijiti^iblc,  'llii-n-f<iir,   "in   |'/ciil   piol-^lois   iiuit'l  . Iiitvc u Clnr.dcii of I'.dcji lis llivlr obliTilvi",  , ,.; Ii k intcrcMing to coi'sidcr lilt; fiwl.  fh'i'l ifnmp who ��'iy lonik'hl d��> not givi!  up smoking, they do not ubundon ihclr  Paper Gold? i  JAJIIi-i', Tho 'rimes,   '���  ,,l-l)i'! Muny of us roirioinbiji' llm '(dirty  Uill'tinn", wlu-'il Ihn uiieiii|i'l(iyni| W'"'^ '"M  Hii.'i'ii wiui im nmii'iy io niniiloy lliuni,  inuniMllf-l'ily l|u�� wiir b"i(im, niuiioy flow-  imI |||(o wiilui'- iwim II "l'ii|iiir (liild"? or...  li'miii! mii'h plmncy I'lirrormyv  'J'hiiiii is no iKiud t'nr nny iiiuiiiiplny���  i:"     inciil' lodny,' iibr   "I'luiiiol   nfforil"   mili-  "*^n'nii|it|oir^ivft|)H?Rp*fsnw/ir(flwdifipnijni*"'pm^  Joi'iii, .ii.). ule,, A ifoorl iviv-inimnnt iilinuld  pinv|i|n wliiiiovni'dubt-I'roe mnniiy inoims  <���!'' 'tx*!|.nnj-<i 'In nitirniiHui'y fur Ihu woll'iiru  nf lliu wliold (iniiiilry iinvfir' mind llm  liilnroHl iiiiiiil|iiilfillnir hiinl'H nnd1 inunuy  leiiihii'Mi "  (B, W. AI1UAMAM)  Good questionl  lililllui',' Tbu TJuhih, '     ,  >:��� ������rilr:"llVl��(,)(!MA(.!VI J Am yon iidvnmil-  Inn i��ivi(|'nm��iiil by liijoi'ilnn'/  \    ,    ' ,.,..,' I), ,1, Mul-WAN'  iiluiiii Air Foi'iio nnd ,ii<,illing iii'DiH, lb .Ihu  LIMA (for |io,Hni|i|i!'UH(!'In Viulnnm) mul  MrlUilli mdllng iuins Hi Huulb Allien (in  (IiiI'iiimI llniilf ii'(ii|i)Hl |iomil|ilu ndu nllni'h  by Hovlnl wiii-h|iI|js ciirreully ilmiilniillni'  Ihu Indian Ocunn?    ' ' ���   1  Not  In  bu i-vui'liii-k'itd  |h  I|io cynJiml1  . l��l'|(uiii^nt |l)iil wn iiiiihI lie "renbhlli!"  in nii'oiuii/.liig llt��l f'hlnn "Iioi.'m'uho It  oxImIh" but u'll, In iiiir,<i|i|iriiiii!h In lllii'i''  iIuhIii   w|i|ii|i  olrtn "-"a--jh|��"  |iii|i|   Is  n   lot  " I i ��� ii if *��� '1 iiVri I i I < f IT" 1 Tiiw" ii in cl'i I oTiui ii1 "will.  ��i|ll/,<i|in nwnllnw Ihu r'lil burring of <'b-v-  nrnnniiil duublu think which ri*i��mhii_|y  tiivoiH mich lull -lunnini.- niilioim mi '/(unil)|u,  Himyni  Algorlii,    'I'mo-iinhi,   Hbifin , -un)  (llml Chlnii "wlillir iuiii'|u|y idlnnldng oiu-  1'rlondn; fiifiliidlng Hillnlu, |||'��"I|HA, llliu-  ihnild miil'N('/HoiiMlln| (lliinnV  I'ATHlfllA YOUNtl  BROUGHT TO YOU BY THfSE  PROGRESSIVE PLACES OF BUSINESS  TUNA AND GREEN 0EANSITALIANI   >���.   .i '������  * . .     ,-,      *  \ --���"  2 (7-onnce) enns tuna, rlrnlnod.  1 pound llnllnn arfien boons,  Vj cup lilon'cbfi>P5(? rlrosslilQ,  Attack friends  Killlor, Tho TI��lf��M, ^  rhii In llm IlKhl' of Prlrno MbdHlor/  'IVlKll'lHIN   llll|||'l!!ll|ll|l    llllll    ('ll||lll||l    mlidil,  pull oul of IhiiCiimnmJiwfiillh If ���Ib'Hflfn  n-dli" ni/iiH <n Hiiiilh Afrlcii, <Iiiv��i|'u��ii��m(  <h,i*iil�� dihih limwH l��i('i"iiMinid.y *!.yiik"*l,  lnci<'(iNli)Hl,y  IrrJiidlnii    nnd .InVieimlngly  lillVloilll, '  , '  Why, ini' hiufnnc'i, did wo unj tln-i'iihrn  to piilf'our^liwfT'Wtrifrrb^pn'in'isffliriTTi'tftr  , I(n JIiimV VVh��M K'-iiy��UM i-i��d JiIm M��m  Mini worn windng wm' upoir Iho wblloH  mid when JVliiiiii<|-|'biiiiiciid /niiibliiiui  ���rnwiu'd .|Iim./,i��i��Iio/,I��. Itlvitr lo Innlliiilii  IIIMiiIi.'hIiiV Wbol In no dlff'.tr��nl fi bout  Ciuiiidtufjiiiiiielii^ Hiti Induing of 'IVui/.h-  eclnc Ui   \ (ELECTftlCAl,  CONTf.ACTOR5  ���.,,;,j:Wlr|ll@-~SiippH����-.-/-  Spnclnlljtlna In  r/aAntiEL     J  ,"   -Eloctrie' Hunt ,r',K  tyHARF ROAD, SECHELT  Phono lim-ZQ&Z  1 cup prnpfired wur croom,  2 Inblosponns bul|��r, melted,     ,       *  2 cups soft breqd cruml'S.     ;  p|q|\o lunn Into a modlum-sl/od bowl, Plnco'fro/en (in'fen bnqns In  salted..vyqlar In Q largo Baiic,opr"in;,br|nrj wal��r tf> a bail. Cnvoiy lowur,  htpa't ant) allow lo sto'om (or A-R. mlnTilasj, or unlll fjonn^ oi'�� almo^i dan��,  Cainbln/3 .b,pqnne wild luna. Camldrifl cliooso drpsslna and sour cranm;  ml^'wrlll Woll b|onda<l. Allornaio 2 layoih ooch ol luno a\u\ boons with  ''flr^lno'mlxiltiro In a () r|uarl) cnsijoroliu, Wilb q wall hpaltija, mnK��  olr.!Bpacfls,so,,lbal'.dms��ilnQ enn wm) tbraiigh la <li��' bojfnm. Coinblno  I >iTI I��r" w TI IV (Jr or. r I lr; if-. i nil K.7 h| ��f i f i l<" f H II Vtil VV * > vV_ r* 11 ��1' f. >p "VV f 7:Ti ^ ^o T < > f u7 H < i (<; ^i" ' ^"  In a modorole oy��n (3R0" l:.) far (lfl����n mlnnl��(>.   ,  ���   '   <n   > ���  Yield; R sorvlnrjs.      ,     , ,' .       ,   ���       ,  c_-^=ss  Peninsula Plumbing^  HEATING ft SUPPME9  Your Kemtone  Sherwln Williqms  Paint Dealer  Phono BQ6-9533  G|l>sons( BC,  ALMOND TUNA SCALLOP  H ('.a-ipodn'ftiillV ���  ���'"'""  1/R Ibahpooq j-appor,'  I r:u|i i|ii|)<,     , ' ,  Y> nip qrahid, tibarp rhoddar  (\wtihH. ,'..'.,  ? iablhspoon-1 Rllrc.fl, taqslod  n'lm'onds,  INGRIWNTS: (6 sbivlnnf       2 clips \'omi()t\ hfoqt\ c\>\wa ono  /���ounce can luna, (lakod,  J labloe-pooq Ionian JmIpo.  3 lablospoons r.boppod paif.|uy,  Vi cup (|po|y rbnppofj rolory,  ^ 2 lablobpoopii buflor <n maroarlno,  * 2..tab|ospoQns,flour.. ,,.,,...   METHOD: Comblho loostod broorl qjber"jiol<ed tuna, lowon juice,  celery ond,hnlI Ibe chapped pnnlayfh a noof), rjronsed/fawno|o, Mel!  bullor In a small Minr-ipon; n<|r| (fuui, MilfVnd poppoi. Add rnllk ond  cook until Ihlrk, Mining ronslnnlly, Adr| rhoeso and Mir until It molls  r . p <io not boil. Pour hriur.n ovu mlxluro in (.(ismudId ood bbfitd nl) Ip.  'fjrodlonh wi��|l, r>prinklo aimonrli, oyor lop, opd bako Ip a oiodoralo own  (350" F.) lor 2f) mlnaloe, Spiipklo i��-ma|ad��r ii( porM-iy avor.��� cn^orolo  juM before serving,     ��� '   ,  zxsasuz ati.'^iff-i ^t.'cr.^j^.^ji^.-.'f ,�������  " Where  Fashion Is a hyword  Smart Shoppers are    ,  found at . J- \  HELLENE'S  FASHION':SHOPPB  _>  m;n._iis��a  MJta-wuugaa.sittaaiBW'iiMB-8^CT  '7   TODD'S  DRYGOODS  CHILDREN'S ft INFANTS1  WEAR  LAp|KSf $)POKlt? 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Wednesday, January 27, 1$71
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heady o Fgce anotherbusy ye^-r after Serjeant-at-arms,   Marty ;M ickson, exec ulive Commit lee, Nancy Japeer;
test Mtirday's Insyillaifen b,y Hfiyal Vice-P.^esiiienl, Kay ^iokerson, Pabt \ u e l^'psidenl'   Mai'inn   Gouk*- aM
C*wmn Legron  Bpanch j4(l  Pves- President Carrie fcfe;   Resident Seuelao' &U Jl t*       ~M- ,m\
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inumg    the work  which   com-, are frpm left §ep^d: Treasurer J^pet   ijeskin- Standing: Sergeant at Arms,
pienced long years ago a.nd adapting Duckworth;  Service   Officer Prapk   Rill  McGregor-;    Service   Officers:
the organization to the neef4s ofytfie Bopln; 2nd Vfjpp President   Herb    Manfred Cook, Mat Jaeger, Sic"' ""
commui*:ityL ^Rranch 140^Legion Ex- gichten    1st- yipe^Pjesident   Rmce ■ ers, J. Spmers anrt H. Casey.
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foi 1071, tho new "p|%'ktgntf ¥rVr%if-fiJn£
Burrows .tppk tbp Ghflir, PbfPf blisinps's
pi thp meetint; wps-vn plan a ctJeniprihiil'
d)nnei v(\ thp WplpfWlP Bpi»p(* Hall pri
]\1aiuh.2Q' Ppii'vpupvs »irp Mrs, V. l-iyncl?
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There has atjnm bepn vandniisivi in
the Obvirch of His l-'rcseppp, Y<»nn^ pPPl'lP
biivc bpp'n smplonij thure, burning Ih'e
ciindlc!- to ihp-wpotifin aitiitr'' c?-nd|pstip|"s
and leaving tlip eli"("lr.ip hpsdprs pn whpo
thpy lefi
Tins cburph is always open and a|i.y-
nnp m.(y pJHjMhP'nr-jau and havp a quiet
time llipvp, but Visitors arp rpnuest.ed tp
leave it. clean and  tidy exactly as they
find it. JtCMP ;ind alt tho .ncighbor-s aro
no-w keeping a watch on the church night
|  and  day. '
■<       Annual general meeling of. Iho -Half-
\. ipppo   Wj|.y   Hpprgjulion   Cnnfinissiqi*   wi|l
d;-lie pp irpbi-iiary %\§ a' 9 PPT al 'Fluibp}'-
.1   ford's,  'fhe  cliief  business of  Ihe   meet-
inj* will he Ihe election of a now ftecrpa-
lipn ConViniKsipn.
1 Copjps of the Calendar of Events for
the first six month* of Cpplennial ypar
arp rujw availablp and ean be oblainpcl at
thp  \Velcpmp Beach Hall  or' from  Mrs.
ftutherfoid.  The  Calendar  indicates   thp
elates sp|   for  the  visjl, of the  rollicking
revue "The best of Bprkerville" a-ie Mareli
lllh an Sechelt and li/Iijrch 12 at Gibsops.
The Centpnnia,) 7b Caravan is sched-
,    ulcd' to   visit   Gibsons  on   April   17  and
Sechell  on April  22.
Mrs. Mary Walker is brrfric. at Welcome
Bpaeh  con-iralulating herself on  missinjj
our record breaking snowstorm. She has
-   Speril siMvpptejn^Jawajj^^^
F.or two weeks before Christinas the
weather was perfect with temperatures in.
the eighties and she and Mrs. McPhce
swam every day- Willi the turn of *he"
year hurricane winds smarted to blow
across;thp island and just howled around
their" 181 h floor apartment There was
heavy rain, the temperature dropped lo
below fit) degrees and 20 ft. waves pounded
one side of the island. There was also
a bus strike for the last two weeks of
their visit, but they were able to rent a
car for one or two outings. They were
wirh over SO homes; 2, 3, 4, and § bedrooms-
new housing Mpas.
Sen how rnuch more Homo you can build for your money
:(ar have bi,|ili  lor-ypu).  See how BEAyER HOMES epspr^
.--yslc-malic building. S«p how you gpt pprst-jpi^i servfceTronV ,
your nearest 8EAyER HOMES rpRrpseniaiivp. Send for your .
colorful" catalog   today!   ficavcr   lips   mor'tgqgos   far   prosi
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ThaTlmaB eaclr week, Your ad (dasRifjod or display) wM| stoy In more than 0
onf of .10 local liomoi, wojllng qulclly ond ppfjcnlly \m y«Mf <JHilomor'»
convnnioncp, Eoiily rochocliod, cosily rnloiroil fo ogoln P)tl4 flSflnr Tll«f'l
why newspaper odyorllilng ll your tmt Jnvo*lmo»>* wliPif ypi» >y«lir ocflop,
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tfH^vntv^x- v m-ffsitx ^ #iih-i«> sficWL.-ayw-f*ik   *thi^h ,*���:-  '-* r;-:,^>1-W'*-V  ���������>. *  i-'  1  Royal Canadian Legion Si  LEGION HALL, GIBSONS  "8;00 p,m.  Pender Harbour business  undergoes ownership, change  PENDER HARBOUR���One of the oldest     bour area.  Parts - Repairs  Service of  POWER SAW  REPAIRS  -RflcOULLOUGH^  DEALER  I  886-9662 - Sunshine Coast Hwy.  businesses still operated by the original  owners, Haddock's Cabana Marina at  Madeira Park, has changed hands and has  been purchased by joint owners Harry  and Jean Morrison- and Richard and  Phyllis Attwood.  Starting off 25 years ago as Haddock  and Stevens. Engineering, the name was  later changed to Haddock's Engineeringr  In 1964 the name was changed to HadJ  dock's Cabana Marina and the business of  engineering and repair work was extended  to camp grounds and cabins, plus a marine  ways.  John Haddock was brought up in  Powell River and worked for the Powell  River Company  where he. met his  wife  New owners of the , business are by  no means strangers to the area. Harry and  Jean Morrison are from North Vancouver  where Harry has been engaged in mining  exploration management. Born in Holland  he.came to Vancouver 25 years ago where  he met and married Jean" who was born  in that city. They have for some years  owned a large property at Halfmoon Bay  and have spent a great deal of time on  the   Sunshine  Coast..  The partners, Richard and Phyllis Attwood are also quite familiar with the area  for they have sailed in the Pender Harbour- waters on numerous occasions. The  two families have been friends for many  years and after discussing possibilities of  ^"TtliGt^ who  was -born  in  Phoenix,  B.C, - becoming   partners    in  a   business   they  today Xghost town.. finally decided on the marina/resort type  ��    The   F^eloak&-^iTite-nd- taking   life "a     uf opuidliuii.    Cunsreterdbln  inveslifc-a-li ~  i ina was purchased-  Richard and Phyllis have nqt yet  moved in for they reside in Betleview,  Washington. Phyllis is originally from  Saskatchewan. During the war she served  in the British Royal Navy as a W.R.E.N.  Husban'd Richard is an American but is  seeking landed immigrant-status and  hopes to be accepted sometime, in April.  Again the resort faces a name change  and will henceforth be known as "Cohoe  Marina."  Plans call for extensive expansion with  more  cabins,   a   laungromate  and   added  =3Tii=aTrrTa=faiSttties7=13tj^  little easier now and plan on a trip East  before seeking property with a view to  building somewhere in the Pender Har-  followed and in the.end it was decided .potential is sych djat, whatever accom-  Pender Harbour has the greatest potential modation they provide they will never  and in due course Haddock's Cabana Ma-     lie able to keep up with demand ;  "IP"  New partner? .-���.  .... -Long.time friends and hpppy 'partners "  t. r7''take time out to pose lor a picture  during an itisepction of tlieir recently  ���..',.��� acquired resort and marina at Pender -Harbour. Haddock's Cabana.  Marina, to be renamed "Cohoe Marina" was sold after twenty.five years  under ownership of John Haddock.  New partners from left are: Richard'  Attwood and his wife Phyllis, jean  Morrison and husband Harry.  -1 < -  Hospital Auxiliary ���  accepts new officers  IN SPWE of inalement weather, the Rq-  _, beits C|eeU* fltisBitcil AuxUiiP'y- mpn,*  U*ly meeting, held,,hi the* library, .was  WelJ�� attended $j\my 11, .tml"^-  The Jist pf e'j-e'q'ijttive. officers for the  c0n*ur��g ye,��i which, had been proposed, at  the December nippting-, yvas; accepted,,,  ahoy ,iid President,, Mi"?-. 0, Raines; 1st'  vice piesidcnt, Mrs. p. Q-irey; 3nd viefi  president, Mrs. N,- Newmanr secretary,  Mrs, W. Qi-pse; treasurer, Mrs. A. Mp-  Jlwnine, mejTvber-stiip, Mr)-, C Merrick-  After a brief djscLtssion, the members  decided to pqntjnue catering fpr the cont-  inrj year. As a,-result of, this catering and  the annual epffqe party, the organjza-  tiQn was i-ple" to transfer to' the po-ordinr  atigri council of the hospital, a cheque  fpr $2,50.0 at year end.  The Roberts Creek Auxiliary is hosting a workshop for the six local auxiliaries to St. "Mary's Hospital in the early  Spring. Date will be determined shortly.  Mrs. Carey consented to be convener foi"  this event.  MrS. Bessie Rowberry will continue  as-Thrift Shop Committee Chairman and  Mrs. A. Reece will head hospial volunteers. '������'���"  CHE I? TU AIE  .PRESENTS  a  Suiradcaoice iCid"  Cq(or ��� CinemoseopQ    .   2"  STARRING: ,  Paitl Netyrriqn, Kgrhcrjr*G Ross,^  Rq|*art Bedford '  Cartoon  Sfqrt�� 8' p,m,-.  Put T0;30  Friddy, Saturday, Monday,  Jan..29, 30 and Feb, 1st  CQMI^fc SHOWS IN ORDER  J        "Deadfall'4  "From Nashville With Music"  For Quick Results Use Times Adbriefs  John and Alice Haddock of Haddock's Cabanq  Marina, Madeira Park, are pleased to announce the  sale of our business to Harry and Jean Morrison and  Richard and Phyllis Attwood.  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